Customer Testimonial

Deutsche Verkehrs Zeitung
Company:Deutscher Verkehrs-Verlag
Publications / Projects:Deutsche Verkehrs Zeitung
Category:Magazines, Newspapers
Number of Users:45
Integrated Solutions:dio:content, MadeToPrint, Verlagsmanager (VM)
Installation:2005
Andreas von Roth, Project Manager at DVV

“During the direct benchmarking process with its predecessor system at Deutscher Verkehrs-Verlag, vjoon¬†K4 proved that it is a good fit for newspaper production.”

Andreas von Roth, Project Manager at DVV

Heinrich Klotz, Head of Production at DVV

“After only a few weeks, we were able to work faster and more efficiently with K4 than we used to work with the specialized newspaper production system of alfa Media Partner. ”

Heinrich Klotz, Head of Production at DVV

Deutscher Verkehrs-Verlag (DVV) was founded more than 60 years ago and is recognized as one of the most renowned specialized publishing houses. Most of the publications are market leaders in their respective segments. DVV's most important title is the newspaper DVZ Deutsche Logistik-Zeitung. In addition to logistics, DVV covers business sectors such as navy, shipbuilding, railway engineering, tourism and events. DVV publishes more than 30 trade publications, trade address and textbooks in Germany and abroad. Across Europe, the publishing group employs a total of around 250 people.

DVV uses K4 for the production of newspapers, magazines and electronic publications, including its international trade newspaper for transportation and logistics DVZ Deutsche Logistik-Zeitung. DVV integrates asset management system myCONTENT from picturesafe as well as commercial ad booking system VM (Verlagsmanager) of muellerPrange GmbH & Co.KG with K4.

There was a requirement for the introduction of a production system, which can be operated in the publishing house without a great deal of administrative effort, as well as a layout tool, which makes it possible to carry out design-driven integrated work on contents and layouts whilst integrating all the creative processes (pictures, graphics etc.) in order to reduce the process interfaces and to lower the operating expenses.

Please read the following press release.