ACROSS the nation

Northbrook, IL—A PlateRite 8100 eight-up thermal platesetter, Trueflow workflow management system and other automated Screen workflow components have enabled SetPoint Graphics to improve quality and ensure a high degree of reliability.

PEORIA—MultiAd has installed a Xerox 6060 digital press with Fiery color server to complement its existing line of Heidelberg sheetfed presses.

SPRINGFIELD—Lincoln Land Spiral Binding, a specialist in mechanical bookbinding for the trade, has moved into a new location, tripling its production space. The company has also added film lamination services on press sheets up to 25˝.


Elkhart—Service Printers has signed an agreement to implement THE System business management software from CRC Information Systems.


JENNINGS—Goss International has taken an order from The Jennings Daily News for a new Goss Community press. The order has been placed following the installation in 2001 of a new Community press at its sister newspaper, The Ruston Daily Leader, and will replace its existing Harris V-15 press.


Baltimore—Victor Graphics, a book manufacturer, announced a comprehensive quality control program that will encompass nearly every facet of the company’s business. Titled “Project Heads Up,” the program is designed to improve the overall customer experience. The company has also purchased a Recmi stacker/ bundler from IMC America for its new Timsons web press.

LANHAM—OmniPrint Newsletter and Direct Mail Services is now operating a new Heidelberg Speedbander 603 automatic bander with Stahlfolder TD 78-4 Topline buckle folder. OmniPrint specializes in newsletters and direct mail projects for a wide range of customers in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. It was the first installation of the Speedbander 603 in the United States.


WOBURN—Seaboard Bindery has upgraded its Wire-O binding capabilities with the installation of a James Burn BB43H binding system.


SAINT PAUL—Modernistic reports is was the first printer in the U.S. to purchase the JetScreen direct-to-screen system, in turn reducing the number of steps for screen printing from nine to three.

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