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Christopher Pellegrini, president, stands with William Charles Printing’s new two-color Heidelberg QM 46 sheetfed press.

Printer Remains a Loyal Customer

PLAINVIEW, NY—William Charles Printing has installed a two-color Heidelberg QM 46 press, restoring the company’s small-format pressroom lineup to a total of three QM 46s. The shop also operates a five-color Speedmaster SM 102, three Polar cutters and a pair of Stahl folders. “We run our Printmasters hard, like the workhorses they are,” says Charles Pellegrini, vice president, “and they reward us with top-quality products our customers admire year in and year out.”


SACRAMENTO—Dome Printing, a commercial printer based in Northern California, has opened a new office in San Mateo managed by Kevin Mzanowski. This location will provide more support to clients and prospects in the San Francisco Bay Area.


SOUTHINGTON—Step Saver, a shopping newspaper that also prints several local papers, has purchased its first Tensor T-1400 tower, enhancing the color capabilities on its original Goss web press.


MIAMI—The Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce gave Original Impressions its “Hearts On Fire-Large Business” Diamond Award as part of its annual program that recognizes top companies in the Coral Gables community.

TALLAHASSEE—After completing a self-study program and hosting a site visit by a team of industry and education experts, the Graphic Design and Graphic Communication programs at Florida A&M University recently received re-accreditation from the Accrediting Council for Collegiate Graphic Communications (ACCGC).


CHELSEA—Sheridan Books has added three new electronic content services (ECS) clients: Baywood Publishing, Western Schools and the Missouri History Museum.


BURNSVILLE—Cornerstone Copy Center has added a Xerox Color 1000 press to its digital printing platform.

MINNEAPOLIS—Imagine! Print Solutions has been requalified as a G7 Master Printer by the IDEAlliance.


JEFFERSON CITY—Modern Litho-Print recently installed a Kodak Magnus platesetter with five plate cassettes for both its operation here and its sister company, Brown Printing.

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