One of the biggest
government printers in Saudi Arabia, Al-Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University (IMBSU),   has purchased a new eight-colour ROLAND 700 HiPrint perfecting press. IMBSU now owns eight Roland presses.
Ibrahim Al Moheimeed, printing press manager of IMBSU said : “It is all because of the short make-ready time, consistent premium print quality, low waste rate, and the high efficiency, that we decided to buy the 8-colour perfecting press.”
The printing house of Al-Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University (IMBSU) is a government print shop serving the university’s demands for literature and student books.  The university with a staff of 150, has 11 colleges under its umbrella, and has been expanding continually since it was established in 1974.
According to the manufacturers the ROLAND 700 HiPrint is suitable for commercial printing and packaging industries, and is especially designed for the ‘high quality’ printing production.
Among its features are ‘perfect’ ink distribution, flat sheet travel, precise register, smooth and gentle delivery as well as the inline enhancement.
Manroland sheetfed began trading in February 2012, following the acquisition of the sheetfed division of the insolvent manroland AG by British industrialist Tony Langley and Langley Holdings.