Across the Nation
Zoo Printing Kicks Off Full Production in New Jersey With Grand Opening Party
WEST DEPTFORD, NJ—Trade printer Zoo Printing officially opened its newest production facility, a 50,000-square-foot space here. The plant is now producing four-color offset, four-color digital, large-format, and one- and two-color products.
Prior to beginning production, Zoo hosted a grand opening celebration that brought more than 600 members of the printing industry together. Zoo’s current and future clients met with industry vendors and government officials.
“Bringing this group together demonstrates Zoo Printing’s goals of sharing knowledge and supporting local businesses and the community,” said Dan Doron, president of Zoo Printing. Zoo’s new facility supports approximately 20,000 businesses across 14 states. The company plans to expand to Texas and Florida next.
CITY OF INDUSTRY—Boss Litho has installed an eight-color, 40˝ Mitsubishi Diamond 3000R convertible perfector with dual UV coaters.
BRANFORD—The Sir Speedy here has re-branded under the new name Mosaic Printing, Signage and Marketing Services. The operation, location and employees of the company haven’t changed.
JACKSONVILLE—Rex Corp., a division of Cenevo Labels and Packaging, has installed an eight-color, 41˝ KBA Rapida 106 press with two coaters, UV drying capabilities and a cold foil system at its flagship facility.
ALTO—Navigator Inc.‘s facility here is now SGP certified by the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership.
ATLANTA—To increase its variable data, retail signage and direct mail capabilities, Offset Atlanta, a division of Nationwide Argosy Solutions, has installed a Xerox iGen4 digital press, which can produce sheets as large as 14.33×26˝.
KENNESAW—After much success with its NURStar 304D from MTL Print, Parallax Digital has become the first U.S. company to install a wide-format NURStar 305D digital flatbed system.
TUCKER—An HP Indigo 10000 digital press has been acquired by Bennett Graphics.