ACROSS the nation
Davenport—The Brandt Co. recently installed a four-color Heidelberg Speedmaster SM 102 perfector with coater and access control, and a six-color Speedmaster CD 74 with coater, extended delivery and image control. With the recent installations, the formerly half-size shop has increased its capabilities to include larger formats.
MINNEAPOLIS—Shapco Printing is now running an eight-color Komori Lithrone S40 with coater.
ST. CLOUD—Sentinel Printing has installed a five-color, 23x29˝ Ryobi 754 press with aqueous coating capabilities and an IR drying system.
OMAHA—Corporate Express Document & Print Management announced that its Data Laser division and Omaha manufacturing plant have become ISO 9001:2000 certified.
EAST HAMPSTEAD—RAM Printing has added trade show and P-O-P graphics to its list of services. New gear includes HP 2500 DesignJet and HP 3500 DesignJet large-format printers.
CARLSTADT—Pictorial Offset held its semi-annual educational day for the eighth year in a row and attracted more than 100 designers and print buyers from the greater New York metropolitan area.
FAIRFIELD—Redi-Mail Direct Marketing announced a strategic alliance with Toppan Printing Company America to offer a complete package of digital printing, fulfillment and mailing services.
COLLEGE POINT—A new four-color Komori Spica 29 perfector is now in operation at MTM Printing.
JOHNSON CITY—The Central New York Newspaper Group will install an integrated postpress system from Goss International at a new facility now under construction for combined production of the Binghamton Press & Sun Bulletin, the Ithaca Journal and the Elmira Star-Gazette. Components will include two Goss NP630 inserters, as well as gripper conveyors and Goss Omnizone supervisory controls.
NEW YORK CITY—Zadok-Keinan, a financial printer in Israel, has partnered with international financial printing firm Capital Printing Systems, based here. The alliance is reportedly the first exclusive partnership between an international financial printer and an Israeli company.