FetterGroup Is First U.S. Printer to Purchase Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor PressJune 19, 2012
The ability to maintain end-to-end control over customer projects is a critical capability in sensitive, data-dependent markets, where updating regulatory information and making sure labels are compliant with current legal standards is an ongoing need. At FetterGroup, the effort to help customers manage costs, increase revenues, and compete effectively extends from its proprietary software platform for digital asset management, to its habit of investing in highly efficient, cost-effective technologies.
“The market demands relevance from the brand owners we serve,” said Dayna Neumann, FetterGroup’s vice president, marketing strategy. “Our primary job is to bring our customers the tools and production platform that will enable them to lower their costs, reduce their cycle times, and increase speed-to-market,” she said. “The new Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor will have a huge role in this ongoing effort.”
Zero Impact on the Environment
FetterGroup’s pending installation of the carbon-neutral Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor dovetails neatly with its award-winning emphasis on sustainability. Over the past several years, the company has implemented waste management processes to increase its percentage of solid waste recycling to 80 percent; reduced its energy consumption by 33 percent since 2007; and recycled or recaptured 98 percent of waste generated in the production process. With zoneless inking technology, the Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor not only lowers paper waste, but also offers complete color stability and cost-effective production of both short- and long-run projects.
A Heidelberg customer for more than 35 years, FetterGroup shares an iron-clad commitment to quality and customer service with its primary litho supplier.