ACROSS the nation

Olympus Press operators Casey Lashley and Branden Casper stand with their new Meteor DP60 Pro.

From the left, Lawrence Printing's Alan Ellis, vice president, and Butch Clark, press operator, stand with the company's new press.


KENNESAW—Responding to growing demand for higher-impact personalized marketing materials, print service provider DPI has installed an HP Indigo 7000 digital press to expand its marketing services capabilities.


BLOOMINGDALE—Envision Graphics recently added a six-color, 40˝ Mitsubishi Diamond 3000S with aqueous coater, bringing the number of Mitsubishi presses at its facility to five.

NILES—Direct marketing specialist Specialty Print Communications continues to expand its variable data printing capabilities with its purchase of a dozen 41⁄4˝ Kodak Prosper S10 inkjet heads.


INDIANAPOLIS—By using best practices in workplace giving, HardingPoorman Group has received a United Way of Central Indiana “Company That Cares” award for the largest increase in overall giving.

NORTH MANCHESTER—The HF Group has installed a Xerox Nuvera 144 EA digital production system to provide its publishing, university and library customers an option for quick turnaround book production.


MADISON HEIGHTS—Duren Resource, a provider of marketing services, printing, mailing and fulfillment and advertising specialties, has received ISO 9001:2008 certification.


MINNEAPOLIS—Docunet Corp., a female-owned digital printing firm serving the medical device industry, has earned ISO 9001:2008 quality certification.


ROCKAWAY—NELA has delivered a fourth Vision punch/bender to the North Jersey Media Group printing facility located here. The unit addresses the firm’s need for increased plate capacity brought about by its expansion into commercial printing. It will punch and bend multiple plate formats for a Mitsubishi press.


GARNER—AccessGroup has successfully sourced and installed a 2006 model, six-color, 41˝ Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 105-6+L press with coater, X3 delivery and UV dryer on a 525mm lift at Triangle Communications Group based here.


CLEVELAND—Qwestcom Graphics has acquired a five-color Heidelberg Speedmaster SM 74 perfector with coater, allowing the company to step up in format size to 20×29˝.

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