The printing center “Freedom Center“ in Omaha, Nebraska, has been given its name to pay homage to the newspaper as a daily guide for democracy. Since the inauguration in 2001, three GEOMAN presslines with altogether 18 printing towers, 18 reel splicers and three folders, have been producing the daily Omaha World Herald. Now Production Leader Ron Headid proactively prevented the aging of the presses. The electronic retrofits are supposed to extend the lifecycle of the presslines.
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