Across the Nation

Pictured, from the left: Dan Dibble, Angela Halloran, Matt Pryor, Michele Muccino, Mark Deloia (owner), Anthony Bracco (owner), Mike Ambrose (owner), Frank Segui and Daryl Canuzzi.

Prospect Printing Adds Its First Digital Short-Run Press

PROSPECT, CT—Prospect Printing has installed its first digital machine, a Linoprint C751 with in-line bookletmaker from Heidelberg.

“Being able to say ‘yes’ with confidence to short-run, quick-turn job requests alleviates a lot of stress for us,” says Anthony Bracco, a founding partner of the business. “Plus, our operators love it.”

Already running static jobs from one to 1,500 sheets on the new digital press, the company is quickly ramping up its variable data expertise.


DenverVision Graphics/Eagle:xm will be moving its headquarters from Loveland to its facility here in the fall.


East Hartford—Merritt Graphics Big Color, the grand-format printing division of Joseph Merritt Co., has moved to a new 27,000-square-foot location, and has added a Matan Barak 8QW UV printer.


Miami—An open house was held recently at 4over Inc.‘s new 73,500-square-foot facility, which is nearly double the size of the original.

MiamiSolo Printing has purchased its second five-color Komori System 38S web press, making it an all-Komori facility.


Des Plaines—Three Fujifilm Acuity Advance HS X2 flatbed inkjet printers have been installed at Oakley Signs & Graphics.

Harvard—AmeriPrint has acquired an MCS Eagle FlexPrint system with dual print heads.

Mt. Prospect—By adding a new five-color Kodak NexPress SX3900 digital production color press to its current lineup, eDoc Communications expects to realize an increase of up to 50 percent in productivity. The company has also purchased a Baum sheet feeder.


Fort Wayne—A new Fujifilm Acuity LED 1600 UV inkjet printer has been installed at New Haven Print.

Indianapolis—World Media Group and Moeller Printing have each purchased an MGI Meteor DP8700XL digital press.


New Orleans—Since adding a 29˝ Komori Lithrone SX29 (LSX629) sheetfed press, MPress has increased its productivity by more than 50 percent.


Scarborough—DMM Inc. has now achieved G7 Master Printer Qualification through the IDEAlliance.


Maple Grove—Printing Industry Midwest granted Nystrom Publishing its Great Printer certification for safety efforts and environmental stewardship.

Minneapolis—Process Label Systems has purchased a Colordyne CDT 1600 Rotary Pro digital inkjet press with in-line finishing to provide small quantities of multiple SKU labels and tags.


Fenton—This year marks the 35th anniversary of FormStore Inc., a manufacturer of membership ID cards.

New York

Staten Island—Advance Publications has ordered a six-tower Goss Magnum Compact press to boost its newspaper and commercial printing capacity. It is the first U.S. printer to install the press.

Yorktown Heights—Foley Graphics has expanded its services and changed its name to The Foley Group.


Houston—NRG Energy Supply chain awarded Bayside Printing with its Supplier of the Year Diversity Award.


Harrisonburg—Due to rapid growth, Immerge Technologies, the Web development division of McClung Cos., has moved to a new location here.


Walla Walla—Coffey Communications has implemented Bell and Howell’s BCC Mail Manager Full Service.


Fall Creek—An Océ VarioStream 7400 twin-web press from Canon Solutions America has been added at Mail Source.

Stevens Point—WORZALLA has installed a SoftSolutions production management platform at its 300,000-square-foot manufacturing facility based here.

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