HIGHLY EFFICIENT CONTROL
For over thirty years Harland Simon has been at the forefront of providing press drives, controls, software and associated computer management systems for the most demanding newspaper printers worldwide.
Our team of highly experienced print automation experts and engineers understand the newspaper production process from pre-press right through to the mailroom. Whether you are considering buying new equipment or upgrading your existing production facility, we can provide a cost-effective solution that’s right for you.
Our systems and solutions have enhanced quality, improved efficiency, eliminated obsolescence and increased profits at over 200 sites around the world. We have become the market leaders in upgrading existing systems with a highly developed upgrade methodology to minimise your capital investment costs and disruption of your operation.
With over thirty years’ experience in newspaper production, Harland Simon is recognised throughout the industry for user-friendly systems and elegant designs. Whether you’re buying a new press or upgrading your existing facilities, Harland Simon has the right solution for you.
"With only one press we are very protective of our ‘baby’ and feel very relaxed when Harland Simon suggests and makes changes required to keep it running in top order. This is not the first time Harland Simon has modified our press and we are fortunate to have them back to ensure the next upgrade goes smoothly."
"I have been very impressed with Harland Simon’s responsiveness to our objectives, their intimate knowledge of our specific Goss computer systems and the quality of the system upgrade they proposed. The Harland Simon system offers a much improved product over the original press system and the installation team was an outstanding highly skilled team that was very accommodating during the change to the new system."
"The installation went extremely well and the Harland Simon technicians were very flexible in working around our print schedule. Another significant part of this upgrade is that a lot of the components in this system are off-the-shelf items that can be purchased and supported locally."