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Lawton Printing Services Opens Possibilities with HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press

Leapfrogging into the future, Lawton Printing Services has installed a HP Indigo 10000 digital press — the only commercial press of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. “It’s the way of the future,” says Laura Lawton, president of Lawton Printing Services. “Customers want customized, smaller print jobs but with the flexibility of a larger press.”

The Unrefined Oil Gift Pack (Video)

Upon completing the Unrefined Olive’s identity design, the Small Monsters was commissioned to create a gift package in just seven days.

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Publishers Press Will Consolidate Into Lebanon Junction, Ky., Plant

Publishers Press, a 150-plus-year-old printer, is closing down its plant in Shepherdsville, Ky., within the next year, transitioning all work and employees to its Lebanon Junction facility by Jan. 1, 2017, WDRB-TV reported. This move will, among other things, enable the company to invest in new equipment.

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Mixing Old Values, New Tech: Hatteras Expands into Wide-Format Digital with EFI

Bill Duerr, the president of Hatteras, in Tinton Falls, N.J., logged his first hours with the company while scraping paint at 14 years old. Now, at the spry age of 32, Duerr is definitely an old soul, proud of his firm’s reputation for providing quality work, on time and as promised. That reputation was forged through trust and the hard work of Hatteras’ 300-employee team (and it is a team effort, as the company shirts will attest).


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