ACROSS the nation

MICHIGAN

STERLING HEIGHTS—Web Litho has invested in a new Heidelberg Suprasetter A74 platesetter that is using Saphira Chemfree thermal plates.

MINNESOTA

MINNEAPOLIS—Commercial printer Reflections has announced the acquisition of Pinnacle Signs, a wide-format operation, which will be moved into Reflections’ facility by year’s end.

NEW JERSEY

JERSEY CITY—The DG3 Group, a global communications provider, is standardizing its worldwide print management system with the EFI Hagen OA MIS toolset, AutoCount direct machine interface technology and PrintFlow dynamic scheduling.

NORWOOD—As a package printer in the pharmaceutical, healthcare and cosmetics segments, Norwood Printing installed its third Edelmann web press, distributed by Matik North America.

NEW YORK

ROCHESTER—Monroe Litho has been recognized as one of “America’s Safest Companies” by Occupational Hazards magazine. Monroe Litho is one of only 18 companies in the United States to receive the award, as well as the only company in New York State and the only firm in the entire printing industry to receive the recognition.

UTICA—Brodock Press has purchased its first Komori sheetfed press: an eight-color Lithrone S40 with a centralized touch-panel control system.

OHIO

CINCINNATI—After more than 18 years in the commercial printing business, Neuform Graphics is transitioning into security printing, and has installed a five-color Heidelberg Printmaster PM 52 perfector, a Prinect workflow system and a Suprasetter A52 platesetter.

CLEVELAND—A second two-color Heidelberg Printmaster QM 46 has been added at AlphaGraphics.

EASTLAKE—G7 Master Printer certification from IDEAlliance has been earned by Modern International Graphics.

OKLAHOMA

TULSA—Long-time Xeikon technology user Odyssey Digital Printing has bought a Xeikon 3300, the manufacturer’s newest model digital color label press that debuted at Drupa 2008.

TEXAS

GEORGETOWN—The Minuteman Press printing center here was awarded the Top Overall Performance Award, which was presented to owners Crystal and Ty Gipson, at a recent Las Vegas ceremony in front of more than 700 other franchise owners.

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