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Repro Graphix Adds Acuity Flatbed Printer, Xerox Color 800 Digital Press from Fujifilm

July 23, 2012
VALHALLA, NY—July 23, 2012—Repro Graphix , with production facilities in Indianapolis and Evansville, IN, recently installed an Acuity Advance HS-X2 wide-format printer and a Xerox Color 800 digital press from Fujifilm. Having just celebrated its 27th year in the printing business, the company’s new acquisitions explain a lot about the leadership of owners Jill and Brian Hall, their business philosophy, and the way they manage the operation to keep customers happy and keep the business growing and thriving.
“We’re not a commercial printer,” says Jill Hall, president. “We started out serving architects, engineers and contractors (AEC) in the Indianapolis area, mostly reproducing blueprints, artist’s renderings, presentation materials and such, and the business grew on its own, organically.”
The company is known for its excellent quality and highest levels of customer service. “We do whatever it takes to get the job done, and our customers know that and depend on it,” says Brian Hall, vice president and co-owner. “From that ‘get it done’ attitude and reputation, our customers started to ask us about signs, brochures, and pretty much the same collateral materials any other business needs, from a source they knew they could count on.”
At last year’s GRAPH EXPO, the duo came by the Fujifilm booth to look at the latest innovations to help them take their business to the next level.

“We were looking for efficiencies, ways to diversify and move into new markets,” Brian said. “The Acuity Advance with the white ink, fast speed and larger bed offered us several benefits that would save steps, eliminate waste, and save us big money, especially by eliminating lamination. Before we brought in the Acuity, we would have to print separately, mount and laminate; now we can print directly to substrate.”
“The Acuity allowed us to bring in so much new business, we had to open a new facility,” Jill says. “We had to turn down jobs before installing the Acuity because we didn’t have the capability or efficiencies with our previous production methods. We hated having to turn jobs down before, and when customers requested, we had to farm it out and lose control of the job. We didn’t like that one bit because we believe no one takes better care of our customers than we do.”


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