Changes Aplenty at Sandy Alexander

The company has also developed and installed a proprietary management information system called SAMS (Sandy Alexander Management System), which electronically links all of its operations—from estimating to invoicing. When fully operational, this system will also allow clients to track the status of any production element for a given job.

In order to facilitate a planned increase in finishing capabilities, the company is proceeding with a 20,000-square-foot addition to its building. The current bindery facility allows Sandy Alexander to service approximately one third of the finishing required for jobs the company prints. With the expansion, it will be able to handle virtually all finishing requirements, short of perfect binding and diecutting.

The company is also installing a new six-unit Heidelberg M-600 web press with in-line finishing in its Florida manufacturing facility (Modern Graphic Arts in St. Petersburg). The press is rated at 50,000 iph. This new press and finishing line will be in addition to the current in-line finishing and printing capabilities in the Florida facility (which include both half and full web equipment).

The company has also developed and installed a proprietary management information system called SAMS (Sandy Alexander Management System), which electronically links all of its operations—from estimating to invoicing.

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