Press Release - Fiji Sun Newspaper installs PRIME UV dryers on their state- of- the- art newspaper press line

Soon with every dollar spent on a Fiji Sun Newspaper, a reader can expect an even bigger, brighter and better quality newspaper.

The installation will see the Fiji Sun press crew be able to print a 40-page section all in color in a single run. No longer will some parts of bigger papers have to be printed in Black & White only.

Fiji Sun publisher/CEO Peter Lomas said that the Fiji Sun installed Prime UV high speed Radmax UV dryers "to double the color capacity of the press. This will be something never seen before in the Pacific Islands.

"It again illustrates the commitment of our owner, C.J. Patel, to continually invest in developing quality for our readers and advertisers." Mr. Lomas said.

Mr. Lomas highlighted how the Fiji Sun had gone from producing newsppapers of 32 pages to now having up to 180 pages in its' Saturday editions. Now it is leading the way bey becoming the first always-all-in-color newspaper. "Bigger, brighter, better is becoming even better," Mr. Lomas enthused.

PRIME UV based in Carol Stream, Illinois USA is the leading UV system for newspapers manufactured in the world and had installations on newspaper presses from Nigeria to Russia, as well as from the the UK to India.


Prime UV-IR returned to Gulf Print & Pack Expo in Dubai for the 9th year in 2017 and found many new customers eager to install the newest Prime UV equipment. Prime UV with headquarters and manufacturing in Carol Stream. Illinois USA manufactures the newest technology UV curing and IR drying systems providing optimum results for the printing, packaging and converting industries.

PRIME UV-IR, the leading supplier of high speed UV curing systems in the Middle East, counts many installations in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and other Gulf Nations in its' customer base.

Erich Midlich, executive Vice President of PRIME UV will be introducing the newest and greatest in high speed LED UV Systems. He stated that "the new PRIME LED-Max, designed to cure both UV coatings and UV inks can easily be installed on wide web and narrow web presses. It follows the tremendous success we have had with wide web UV curing in newspaper and packaging markets in the Middle East."