Success in India: EAE wins key retrofit order from the Times of India

August 2017

- The Times of India, India’s largest English-language daily newspaper, has charged EAE Engineering Automation Electronics with the modernisation of a newspaper press at its printing centre in Sahibabad, just outside Delhi. This new retrofit project represents EAE’s biggest direct order to date from this country in South Asia.
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Second phase kicks off: Next chapter of EAE retrofit projects in North and Central America gets off to a good start

July 2017

 - QIPC-EAE Americas has just launched the second phase of two demanding retrofit projects for newspaper customers in Costa Rica and the U.S. The company is upgrading the press control and control console technology of a KBA Comet web press with ten four-high towers to the latest generation at Grupo Nación – at home in San José, the capital of Costa Rica – as well as four KBA Commander web presses with a total of 36 towers at the Kansas City Star in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Landmark orders for QIPC and EAE

March 2017

 - Austrian Mediaprint Group renews trust in partnership with QIPC and EAE for controls and automation solutions  

Mediaprint, Austria’s biggest newspaper printing company, has placed large-scale orders with Q.I. Press Controls (QIPC) and EAE Engineering Automation Electronics. QIPC and EAE will equip several Mediaprint presses with new automation and control systems aimed at maximizing production efficiency, quality and reliability while cutting waste and costs.

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Change of system: New EAE controls for a proven newspaper press

February 2017

 - QIPC – EAE Americas wins Civitas Media as a retrofit customer  

U.S. media company Civitas Media has chosen QIPC – EAE Americas to modernise the press controls at its newspaper print shop in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. In the future, yet another new QIPC – EAE Americas customer will reap the benefits of innovative EAE control technology.
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QIPC welcomes back ‘old’ colleague

February 2017

- A welcome addition to the Q.I. Press Controls sales team since last November has been that of Harold Drinhuyzen. As such, the 54-year-old from nearby Breda returns to the company which had previously been his place of work from 2003 to 2009. Harold Drinhuyzen now has responsibility for the international sales of QIPC-EAE in the Mediterranean region, a number of African countries and Russia. 
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