ACROSS the nation

MASSACHUSETTS

BURLINGTON—Digital Graphics Inc. (DGI) and Invisuals, a division of Charrette Inc., have merged. The new company, known as DGI-Invisuals, is owned equally by Charrette Inc. and Digitech International. Operations have been consolidated into a refurbished, 30,000-square-foot facility, based here.

CLINTON—Dunn & Co. has installed a four-color, 28˝ Sakurai 472EDII fully automated press.

NORTH CHELMSFORD—Courier Corp., based here, now has Kodak Approval digital proofing systems in place at its Stoughton and Kendallville manufacturing facilities.

MICHIGAN

HOLLAND—A seven-unit, 40˝ Heidelberg Speedmaster 102 press is a new addition to the pressroom at The SVH Group.

MINNESOTA

EDEN PRAIRIE—Challenge Printing has purchased a Bobst SP104-ER diecutter and a Bobst Media 100-II Version A-2 folder/gluer.

MINNEAPOLIS—Merit Printing, a 30-year-old commercial printer, has added the capabilities of a fully integrated SPEKTA CTP system.

MISSOURI

JEFFERSON CITY—Von Hoffmann Press has installed a Muller Martini CB-16 compensating counter/stacker at its production facility here.

SAINT LOUIS—Die Cutting Diversified is the first U.S. customer to purchase the new Bobst SP Evoline 102-E Autoplaten diecutter. Along with the SP Evoline, the company has also added a new Bobst Media 100-II A2 folder/gluer. Die Cutting Diversified does trade finishing and POP displays.

NEW JERSEY

FAIRFIELD—A new Fujifilm FINALPROOF digital proofer has been added at Northeast Impressions. The 30-employee shop caters to the financial, pharmaceutical, agency and entertainment markets.

NEW YORK

BROOKLYN—The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, a legal organization in use by Jehovah’s Witnesses producing Bibles and Bible literature, has added a Muller Martini Bravo-S perfect binding system.

NEW YORK CITY—Darby Printing & Litho, a 75-year-old printing company based here, has announced the formation of Re:Solution Printing. The new company, based in Somerset County, NJ, supports a growing group of customers based in New Jersey.

WHITESTONE—Chinese-language newspaper The World Journal has installed a Muller Martini Valore saddle stitcher to finish a new tabloid-sized magazine the company has begun publishing.

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