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Indonesian printer chooses Tensor for new book press

October 30, 2018  By PrintAction Staff

Located in Central Jawa, Indonesia, PT Macanajaya Cemerlang is a multifaceted printing company with three printing plants, two in Central Jawa, and one in South Sumatra.

In March 2018, Tensor International was awarded a contract for a new book press consisting of two T-400 4-high printing towers and one H-50 folder. The 40,000 iph rated Tensor T400 printing units will be equipped with remote inking and spray bar dampening. Tensor, along with its sister company DCOS Automation Sweden, has designed into the configuration a unit shaftless drive system, integrated press console, and an automatic camera-based registration and cut-off control system.

The shaftless heavy duty H-50 folder, it explains, is equipped with commercial grade quarter folder along with a complete signature perforation package.


“We desired a heavy duty, high durability machine to fulfill our 24 hour a day production environment and the found the Tensor T400 to be the right press for our needs,” says Sugeng Sentosa, CEO of PT Macanajaya Cemerlang.

The T-400 will be added to its existing Solna press and will produce high quality four-colour textbooks.

“We continue to have a high level of success in international sales and the T-400 design allows us to offer a modern high-performance press that meets the varying commercial printing needs of global markets,” says Mike Pavone, COO and VP Sales for Tensor International.

The equipment shipped in early September and installation will be completed by the end of November.

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