ACROSS the nation


LAKEWORTH—A Kodak Trendsetter News 50 thermal platesetter, Prinergy Evo workflow system, PREPS imposition software and Staccato screening have been purchased by Lake Worth Herald Press.

MIAMI—Original Impressions recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with four of the original 12 employees on hand for the celebration. The firm, which now employs 160-plus, is consistently recognized by Hispanic Business magazine as one of the Top 500 Hispanic Companies in the United States.

ORLANDO—Charles Baker, president of The Baker Press, is thrilled with his new Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 74 press, in part, because it handles 31-pt. boxboard, which enabled the commercial printer to land its first packaging job.


ATLANTA—Standard Press has purchased its second Komori sheetfed press, a six-color, 40˝ Lithrone S40 (LS640) with aqueous coater, fully automated makeready system, automatic ink key setting and CIP4 compatibility.

COLUMBUS—A four-color Heidelberg Printmaster PM 52 perfector press and Suprasetter A52 thermal platesetter with MetaDimension RIP have been delivered to Wynnton Express (XPress) Printing.


SYCAMORE—Family owned and operated Genoa Business Forms recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The company has grown from printing business cards and letterhead to manufacturing business forms, checks and flat sheet printed material.


FORT WAYNE—The first U.S. installation of a Kodak NexPress S3000 digital color press with in-line roll feeder took place at Craftline Printing, where it is being used for variable data printing applications.


MERRIAM—A Kluge Omnifold automatic folder gluer with left and right registration, new in-line scoring feature, flip gate (for high-speed cross-folds) and automatic tape head has been installed at Creative Printing.


BOSTON—The AlphaGraphics location here is handling nearly 300 proofs per month since implementing Proof-It-Online’s proof approval system.


ANN ARBOR—A P-DAQ press management/press counting system from NASTech Inc. was selected to replace the aging counting systems in use at Malloy Inc., a book printer.

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