In today's ultra-competitive environment, most printers are looking to boost profits by minimizing spending on capital equipment and press supplies. What many don't realize, though, is that their profit is actually directly linked to the cost it takes to produce each finished sheet.
A Smithers Pira study, focusing on used machines under 10 years old, commissioned by Heidelberg found that despite advertising similar specifications, not all presses produce the same net output year after year. In fact, manufacturers that offer lower equipment prices often do not deliver enough net output to justify their lower price — meaning their cost per sheet is actually higher than a more productive but expensive machine.
Download the full detailed reports from Printing Industries of America and Smithers Pira, which explain:
Fill out the form below to access the reports in PDF format:
We look forward to your message. In order to be able to react quickly to your request, we need some information. *These fields are required.