Sunday 5000 press

The new v7 web offset folder in Altair's 96-page press enters into operation

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Impresia Ibérica – the Spanish subsidiary of Circle Media Group – is pleased to announce that the second folder for our 96-page Goss Sunday 5000 press has commenced operation.

The installation and commissioning of this second folder, a web offset V7 that allows solutions against the grain, has been carried out in strict compliance with the timetable envisaged at the outset of the project.

Prior to putting the new folder into commercial operation, an extensive array of production tests was carried out, ensuring its complete reliability.

This investment underscores our commitment to offering new products and formats to the benefit of our customers, thereby responding to the demand in the marketplace for flexibility and innovative solutions. 

The team at Impresia Ibérica is at your disposal to provide further information about this development and to study ways in which this new solution can bring benefits to your business.


Information about Impresia Ibérica:

Impresia Ibérica is a leading group in the Spanish printing industry, providing services to the publishers of magazines, books and catalogues, and to retail and distribution companies, both Spanish and foreign. It employs more than 750 workers at its four plants in Madrid, Santa Perpetua de Mogoda (Barcelona) and Seseña (Toledo) and offers a complete range of services including pre-press, sheet and roll-fed offset printing, binding and finishing for all manner of printed products.

Tel.: 91 895 7915 or 93 565 7500


Circle Media Group is a leading European printing and media services group headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, with revenues of €550 million and 2,700 employees. The Group is a strong, innovative and reliable partner for its customers in the areas of “Strategy, Content and Data insights”, “Magazines and Retail printing” and “Book printing” and is strongly positioned for its next stage of growth.

The Group has printing and media operations throughout Europe in Austria (Oberndorfer Druckerei, Salzburgo), Belgium (Hélio, Charleroi and Corelio, Erpe-Mere), Finland (Helprint, Mikkeli), Germany (J. Fink Druck, Ostfildern), Spain (Impresia Ibérica, Madrid, Toledo and Barcelona), the Netherlands (Roto Smeets Deventer, Roto Smeets Weert and Senefelder Misset, Doetinchem) and Hungary (Antok, Celldömölk). Its marketing communications operation, MPG, is based in Amstelveen (the Netherlands), New York (United States) and Barcelona and Madrid, Spain (trading as Espacio y Punto).

www.circlemediagroup.com