Paris, 5 July 2023.
Fabrice Vehert has been appointed Director of the Press Centre, Nancy Print in Jarville La Malgrange within the Riccobono Group.
Fabrice Vehert entered the graphic arts sector at an early age.
Born in Nancy in 1982 to a printer father, he began working in his father's family business, AGC Impression, a commercial printer, at the age of 8. He graduated with a BEP (vocational training certificate), then a BAC (vocational baccalaureate) in the graphics industries, with a printing option, and went on to complete a BTS (advanced vocational diploma) in the graphics and communications industries.
On completing his BTS, he joined the Nancy Print team, where he worked in all areas of the business. He held the position of CTP operator spooler for 13 years, progressed to Production Manager, which he held for 5 years, and then became Assistant Manager for 1 year with Alain Masson, who has now retired, to succeed him as Manager of Nancy Print.
The Riccobono Group is developing a strategy based on the deployment of 4 core businesses, building up new teams and affirming its commitment to diversification.
Nancy Print, a coldset offset printing plant located in Jarville La Malgrange, opened in 1976. The centre is equipped with a single-width, single-development Universal Goss 45 press with a capacity ranging from 8 to 64 four-colour pages, with the option of cutting and re-cutting at the press output, for a press speed of up to 45,000 copies per hour. In addition to printing, Nancy Print is equipped with cutting-edge technology for product routing. The centre is equipped with a routing area featuring Sitma equipment for routing with the offer uncovered using memo-stick or heat-sealed packaging. More than 21 people are responsible for production.
Nancy Print prints 6 national press titles, including L'Humanité, Libération, Le Canard Enchaîné, Aujourd'hui en France, L'Equipe and Le JDD. The centre also handles around twenty weekly and monthly regional press titles, including Le Patriote beaujolais, Haute-Saône, Le Presse Bisontine, etc.
The management of the Riccobono Group is sensitive to environmental issues, which is why Nancy Print holds the Imprim'Vert label with a chemical-free printing plant that is currently testing printing using vegetable-based inks.
Fabrice Vehert : "I've been working at Nancy Print for 20 years, and it's a great pleasure to have been appointed to this position. My loyalty to the Riccobono Group is based on a deep commitment to its values of Respect, Solidarity and Entrepreneurship, and on the conviction that we share a common vision of professional ethics, mutual respect, solidarity and innovation. It is with great enthusiasm that I commit myself to continuing this wonderful adventure, as a bearer of the values that are the strength of the Riccobono Group.
The Riccobono Group, a printer for five generations, is the French leader in newspaper printing, its traditional business. This now accounts for a third of its business, as the Group has diversified into magazine printing, finishing, binding, distribution and delivery. Today, the Riccobono Imprimeurs Group employs 2,800 people, i.e. 2,000 full-time equivalents, and has a turnover of almost €250 million.
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