6 August 2014
Landa Corporation disputes Manroland's claims
LONDON, UK—Landa Corporation has responded to the claims made by Manroland’s CEO last week, who stated the delay in developing a hybrid press was due to the four conditions imposed by Landa Corporation. Landa says that a memorandum of understanding was signed, however there is no basis to the claims made concerning the four mentioned conditions.

The two firms entered into an agreement during Drupa 2012. Read the full story here.
Comments:
1. Press Guy says:
8 August 2014 at 8:59 AM
Interesting difference of statements. manroland said they backed out. Landa said they never had a deal and have not heard from manroland in years. If this new technology works  like the Xeikon it will be interesting. It could be like the progression from letterpress to offset, now offset to nano! BTW as the only official supplier that will leave Komori in a nice position....
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