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  • “Druckzentrum Neckar-Alb” has awarded ABB with an order for an extensive controls and drives retrofit for modernization of its Wifag OF470 newspaper presses. Druckzentrum Neckar-Alb’s press line in Reutlingen, Germany comprises six printing towers, three folders and six reelstands. Divided into two main phases the modernization project carried out by ABB will see extensive work on the press. The

  • Gannett has placed major orders with ABB for press control retrofits and upgrades at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and North Jersey Media in Rockaway, New Jersey. The order for the Milwaukee site, which prints on a KBA Commander press, will see the original KT94 and MR93 control systems on three of the printing towers replaced with ABB’s AC500 PLC. ABB will be using its

  • Three different ABB customers have recently ordered upgrades to systems essential for their production. Mediaworks in Hungary is the publisher of many of the leading newspapers in the country. Its printing operation in Budapest has ordered an upgrade to its print production management system, MPS Production. The latest version of MPS Production 6 will go into service at the start of next year. In

  • ABB, one of the leading suppliers of automation solutions for the newspaper industry, has announced a further order for its modular press retrofit solutions, this time from Nordjyske Medier A/S in Aalborg, Denmark.

  • ABB, one of the leading suppliers of automation solutions for the newspaper industry, has announced a further order for its successful reelstand retrofit concept. This time the order comes from Dallas Morning News, based in Plano, Texas.

  • ABB, one of the leading suppliers of automation solutions for the newspaper industry, has announced a further order for its modular retrofit solutions for Wifag presses. Druckzentrum Südwest GmbH, located in Villingen-Schwenningen, prints newspapers like the well-known Schwarzwälder Bote and has selected ABB to replace the obsolete controls and drives on its Wifag OF370 press.

  • ABB, one of the leading suppliers of automation solutions for the newspaper industry, has announced the successful commissioning of the control systems of a first printing tower on one of the manroland COLORMAN presses at the print site of Groupe Sud Ouest in Bordeaux, France.

  • ABB, one of the leading suppliers of automation solutions for the newspaper industry, has announced a new footprint-compatible solution for replacing obsolete control systems based on the KT94 and KT98 families, which have been used on a large number of printing presses.

  • ABB, one of the leading suppliers of automation solutions for the newspaper industry, has announced a further success for its retrofit solution for Wifag reelstands. Druckzentrum Südwest GmbH in Villingen-Schwenningen in Southwestern Germany, which prints newspapers like the well-known Schwarzwälder Bote, has selected ABB to replace the obsolete WCON controls and drives on six of its reelstands.

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