Overnight Prints Orders Multiple Fujifilm J Press 720 Inkjet Presses
VALHALLA, NY—Nov. 19, 2012—Overnight Prints International, an Orange County, CA-based online printer, is installing Fujifilm J Press 720 color inkjet presses in several of its locations around the globe. The world’s first half-size sheetfed inkjet press, the J Press 720 is designed to enable commercial printers to successfully compete in the short-run printing market segment.
Established in 2003, Overnight Prints is a premium online provider of printer of business cards, postcards, brochures, and other printed materials. In its nine years of business, the company has grown from a 20-man, single-office operation to one of the largest online printing companies in the world. The online printer combines high-quality products with eco-friendly practices and is committed to delivering superior products to its customers. It has operations in California, Nevada, Kentucky and Germany.
By using the J Press 720 across many of its offices, Overnight Prints will increase efficiency and print quality while expanding its service offerings. The J Press delivers a lower production cost while also being able to produce a wider range of products.
“Overnight Prints’ customers demand the highest quality printing available online. They also choose us to get their products fast, using the most environmentally-friendly production methods, which is why we chose the new Fujifilm J Press 720 after a thorough and exhaustive review of the industry’s best solutions,” said Brett Heap, founder of Overnight Prints.
“Fujifilm’s latest digital press impressed us on not only quality, but also speed. Fujifilm has definitely raised the bar and I am excited to leverage their technology with our processes to make our products and customers stand out.” Heap added.
The J Press 720 expands the range of jobs Overnight Prints can take on by enabling high-quality, custom, short-run print work. It provides an effective inkjet platform with the flexibility and versatility of using standard coated and uncoated stocks and finishing characteristics associated with the durability and performance of an offset sheet.