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Thung Hua Sinn Group Purchases Speedmaster XL 75 at Drupa

THAILAND, BANGKOK | The Thung Hua Sinn Group finalized the purchased of a Speedmaster XL 75 from Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG at Drupa 2008. This investment of a total of 32 units has made Thung Hua Sinn Group the world's biggest user of the new Speedmaster XL 75.

During more than 50 years of the company's history, the Thung Hua Sinn Group has become a specialist in packaging and label printing, winning a number of prestigious awards for quality printing and environmentally friendly printing. The company achieved its reputation as market leader by offering not just one-stop services, including prepress and finishing, but also coating, die-cutting and embossing.

"We are committed to utilizing the most up-to-date machinery throughout the entire production process,” says Ananchat Thangkasemvathana, Managing Director of Thung Hua Sinn Group. “This commitment gives us a cutting-edge advantage and assures our clients total satisfaction.,"

Hua says this strategy was the foundation of the company's decision to modernize its machinery with various Speedmaster XL 75 presses. Among them is the 10,000 unit of the most productive press platform (of Speedmaster CD 74 and Speedmaster XL 75) in the 50 x 70 format range. Thung Hua Sinn Group also added several fully automated cutting and label systems from POLAR.

All equipment will be integrated with Prinect Workflow software. The new machinery will be installed in a newly built facilitiy outside the city. The Speedmaster XL 75's standards, such as the automatic presetting of the complete sheet travel and the new Prinect Press Center with the process-oriented operator guidance IntelliStart, are the prerequisite for a highly profitable production. Options like the maximum printing speed of 18,000 sheets/hr, AutoPlate XL and Prinect Inpress Control or double-coating presses, and the CutStar or FoilStar modules, further emphasize the flexibility in fitting this Heidelberg press to various needs.

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