With state-of-the-art automation solutions, printing speeds of up to 18,000 sheets per hour and short makeready times, the medium-format system replaces an aging predecessor. The new press is expected to enhance productivity at Frischmann, especially seeing as the pressroom is already running at maximum capacity in three shifts.
“The Rapida 106 will make us more flexible during peak production periods and streamline our processes,” said Frischmann.
Frischmann’s father founded the company in a disused mine building in 1968. The two-man business gradually developed into a print service provider with 6,000 square meters of production space and 80 employees. In 2016, Jürgen Frischmann took over sole management of the company. Five years before that, his son Uli joined the company as general manager. Frischmann Druck und Medien celebrated its 50th jubilee in 2018.