ACROSS the nation


MONTGOMERY—The installation of an Agfa-based CTP system has been completed at Montgomery Living Press. Its Apogee Create Series 3 workflow and EskoScan F14 are now in full production along with the Agfa Xcalibur 45 with online TP 105 plate processor.


ROGERS—The RoArk Group will implement a fully integrated software solution from CRC Information Systems, including THE System’s Commercial Estimating, Dynamic Scheduling and Automatic Data Collection modules, as well as complete accounting, fulfillment and e-commerce applications.


OXNARD—Custom Printing has purchased a 28˝ Heidelberg cylinder diecutting machine to bolster its workflow. The new equipment is expected to more than double the speed of the firm’s cutting department.

Sacramento—California’s Office of State Publishing has installed a Muller Martini Prima AMRYS in its in-plant bindery to automate its saddle stitching capabilities.


Toccoa—Folding carton manufacturer/printer Toccoa Packaging has signed a deal to implement THE System from CRC Information systems.


CAROL STREAM—The Segerdahl Group and the United States Postal Service recently partnered to provide a behind-the-scenes tour for over 65 Chicago-area Segerdahl customers. The group was given an overview of the 500,000-square-foot facility, which moves 5.5 million pieces of mail daily. The company also showed its new Merlin mailing equipment.

HILLSIDE—Wallace Bruce Offset recently installed two Heidelberg M-600 presses as part of its $18 million capital improvement program. Each press is equipped with two roll stands, capable of delivering double web four-color signatures or an eight-color single web.

Schaumburg—Paddock Printing Center, The Daily Herald’s new $50 million facility named after the family that founded and still runs the paper, provides 160,000 square feet of production space—room for two REGIOMAN presses from MAN Roland.


MOUNT PLEASANT—Alaniz LLC is the new home to six Heidelberg Digimaster 9150i imaging systems.


CRESTVIEW HILLS—The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce has honored Flottman Co., a full-service printer, with its Business SUCCESS award in the manufacturing and distribution category.

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