ACROSS the nation

Congressman Tom Rooney congratulates CEO Don Mader, holding the award, and the employees of Southeastern's commercial print division.

Standing with their new QM 46, from the left, are Alan Sewell; his son and pressman, Loren Sewell; and Dave Burris, pressman.


CAMBRIDGE—Since purchasing Cambridge Offset Printing four years ago, the ownership has added several components, including an HP Indigo digital press; Halm Jet press; Mutoh ValueJet 1608 wide-format printer; 29˝, four-color Komori Spica perfecting press; and a 24˝, prototype tabletop Fergesson Systems UV coater.


MINNEAPOLIS—Installing its second HP Scitex FB7500 six-color flatbed printer has helped Imagine! Print Solutions expand its wide-format printing capabilities.


BELLMAWR—Evergreen Printing announced that Carolina Parenting, in Charlotte, NC, has chosen it to print its three monthly parenting publications, as well as various annual guides.

PISCATAWAY—Graphic Packaging International has added an eight-color Mitsubishi Diamond V3000LX sheetfed press equipped with UV coating capabilities at its consumer products division located here.

ROCKAWAY TOWNSHIP—Goss International has been selected by the North Jersey Media Group (NJMG) to refurbish an inactive Mitsubishi web press to increase the plant’s capacity. The investment came as the result of NJMG winning the contract to print two regional Gannett dailies.


ROCHESTER—Custom trade printer Ry-Gan Printing replaced a Heidelberg Prosetter violet platesetter with a thermal Suprasetter 75 CTP system with automatic plate loading. The upgrade allows the company to use less chemistry and fewer consumables to produce 500 to 600 plates per month.

Mercury Print Productions, a commercial printer, has purchased an HP Scitex FB6100 wide-format ink-jet printer to add capacity to its new large-format printing operation.


DURHAM—Partnering with Fujiflm Graphic Systems, Universal Printing has installed a four-up Dart thermal platesetter, and is now running Ecomaxx-T processless plates. The company is the only printer of its size in North Carolina to have earned G7 Master Printer certification.

GREENVILLE—AccuLink, a trade printer, has installed an HP Indigo 7000 color digital press and HP Exstream document automation software to meet growing customer demand for short-run projects with variable data.

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