ACROSS the nation

ILLINOIS
ELK GROVE VILLAGE—Paulson Press, a full-service general commercial printer, recently added a six-color Speedmaster XL 105 to its all-
Heidelberg pressroom.

INDIANA
CROWN POINT—Kwik Copy has purchased a Sakurai 466SI press from dealer Fuller Grafix.

MICHIGAN
TROY—J&M Reproductions is now running a Sakurai 466SIP press, purchased through dealer Mid-State Litho.

MINNESOTA
Minneapolis—Maximum Graphics, a Consolidated Graphics company, has tapped MAN Roland for a new eight-color Roland 700 perfector equipped with in-line coating and an extended delivery.

MISSOURI
KANSAS CITY—Richardson Printing, a full-service commercial print provider, recently installed a six-color Komori Lithrone S40 perfector with coater and a six-color Lithrone 28 with coater at its new 115,000-square-foot facility. Named as one of Kansas City’s 100 fastest growing businesses in recent years, Richardson Printing serves the transportation, pharmaceutical, publishing and manufacturing industries.

MONTANA
LEWISTOWN—The Lewistown News-Argus and The News-Argus Printing has purchased a five-color Heidelberg MO press. It reportedly is the largest sheetfed press in central Montana.

NEVADA
LAS VEGAS—Full Color Printing has invested in a new five-color MAN Roland 500 press with an in-line coating unit and extended delivery.

NEW JERSEY
Carlstadt—Pictorial Offset announced it has been selected for membership into the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s National Environmental Performance Track Program.

NEW YORK
MOUNT VERNON—General commercial printer Rose Press recently installed a second Heidelberg Printmaster QM 46-2 to augment its small-format capability as the $6.5 million company grows.

QUEENS—The New York Times signed a letter of intent to order a new Goss Colorliner double-width press for its production facility here. The new press, with 12 towers and 96 printing couples, is scheduled to be installed in early 2008. The agreement also calls for Goss to complete web-width reduction projects on five existing Colorliner presses at the facility.

NORTH CAROLINA
APEX—The Henry Wurst Inc. facility here has purchased a Xerox iGen3 digital production press to expand its personalization capabilities.

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