Inform Printing Expands Its Color Capabilities with a Komori Spica 29 Press
ROLLING MEADOWS, IL—May 17, 2011—Komori America, a premier manufacturer of sheetfed and web offset printing presses, announced Inform Printing has replaced its existing press with an automated five-color, Komori Spica 29 (Spica 529P) with perfecting capabilities. Located in Shelton, CT, Inform Printing is a family-owned commercial printing business delivering quality print at a competitive price since 1992.
The company serves a variety of area industries that have a high demand for personalized service and quality work. The advanced automation of the Spica 529P makes it possible for the printer to expand its business offerings when it comes to color capabilities and a variety of formats, as well as offer faster turnaround due to the Spica’s full CIP4 advanced digital workflow capabilities.
“Komori presses have taken the lead as the industry benchmark when it comes to advanced automation. The installation of the Spica 529P enables us to experience an exceptionally quick makeready with very little waste, which is very important in our ability to turn jobs around quickly and meet our environmental goals,” said Bill Carlson, president of Inform Printing. “Additionally, the Spica’s capacity to flexibly handle a very wide work mix better positions us to be more competitive by enabling us to run a variety of jobs we might not have been able to do in the past.”
As an FSC certified print supplier, Inform Printing practices sustainable efforts at every level of production. The Spica 29 Perfector contributes to the company’s green initiatives through the Komorimatic dampening system that enables environmentally friendly non-alcohol printing.
“We are very pleased that our Spica 29 is helping Inform Printing to expand its business offerings,” said Jacki Hudmon, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Komori America. “This press offers all the flexibility and capabilities needed to meet growing client demands for shorter turnarounds, competitive pricing, and higher quality requirements.”