Mailworks Ushers in New Digs with Offset Press
HUTTO, TX—Direct mail production company Mailworks Inc. has installed a Ryobi 924A offset printing press at its new Texas facility. Mailworks took delivery of the high-speed, 36˝ press sold by Ferrostaal at its facility here in late August. The press began running at full capacity earlier this month.
It is the second Ryobi 924A for Mailworks. The company has a Ryobi 924A press at its headquarters in Spring Valley, CA, that’s been in production an average of 50 hours weekly since early 2008. Mailworks designs, produces and delivers direct mail and last year conducted more than 10,000 print campaigns for small businesses across the United States.
The installation of the new eight-up Ryobi press will provide additional firepower for a company that has recorded 25 percent average annual revenue growth and strong profitability over the last seven years. Mailworks was established in 1987 to produce customized direct mail pieces. It currently handles all aspects of the direct mail process to final delivery. The printer installed its first Ryobi 924 in 2008.