ACROSS the nation
BATON ROUGE—Moran Printing will implement a fully integrated software solution from CRC Information Systems, including Commercial Estimating, Kitting and Dynamic Scheduling modules, as well as CRC’s complete Web-based software suite.
SALISBURY—A six-color Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 74 press with coating unit and extended delivery, along with a Stahl USA B26 folder, is now in operation at Atlantic & Hastings.
BOSTON—Charles River Publishing has purchased a DGM 430 four-high addition. This purchase represents the second DGM press currently running at the publication printer.
FENTON—Garlich Printing has installed a Heidelberg Stitchmaster ST 400 saddle stitcher.
SAINT LOUIS—Allegro Digital Printing has changed its name to KPEX-Digital Print Marketing & Distribution, part of the Kohler Print Group.
Label and specialty packaging printer St. Louis Lithographing has purchased an eight-color, 56˝ KBA Rapida 142 sheetfed press with in-line coating and UV drying capabilities. The press is scheduled to be delivered in late October and up and running in early December.
LEWISTOWN—News-Argus Printing has expanded its bindery department with a Standard Horizon SPF-11 stitcher/trimmer, pairing it with a Horizon VAC collator.
PENNSAUKEN—A third Bobst Foilmaster SP-102 has been installed at Lehigh Lithographers.
South Plainfield—Colorful Story Books has announced the addition of a new BravoPlus saddle stitching system from Muller Martini.
MASPETH—Shuttle Printing has purchased a 12-unit DGM 430 press and a DGM 1035 folder. The purchase is an add-on to current press lines, and installation was completed in July.
DAYTON—Label printer Hooven-Dayton has signed a deal to implement THE System from CRC Information Systems.
JESSUP—A new six-color Komori Lithrone 40 has been installed at Keystone Printed Specialties.
LEHIGHTON—Times News has implemented THE System business management software from CRC Information Systems.
KNOXVILLE—Alliance Press, a user of Goss equipment for its entire 24-year history, has one Goss Community press line that is capable of running two separate products into its two folders. It currently has 20 printing units, but has decided to upgrade the press with two additional four-high towers that will provide it with a total of 28 units. The installation is due to be complete this fall.