SG360°, a Segerdahl Co., Adding Two New Six-Color Komori Lithrone G40 Presses

WHEELING, IL—Oct. 8, 2012—SG360°, a Segerdahl Co. and leading direct marketing solutions provider, announced the purchase of two new Komori Lithrone G40 presses (GL640) for its production facility here. These state-of-the art offset sheetfed presses deliver the speed and efficiency required to respond to short delivery deadlines for all types of print applications.

“We are proud to add the cutting-edge Komori GL640 presses to our production capabilities,” commented Rick Joutras, CEO of SG360°. “This has been an exciting month for SG360°. We have a new name, new identity, a redefined business and now two new Komori presses. We couldn’t be more excited about the opportunities for us to increase productivity for our clients, enabling them to connect the right messages with their customers faster and more efficiently.”

Yoshiharu Komori, chairman, president and CEO of Komori Corp., toured the printer’s facilities with Joutras and other team members on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012.

“It was a pleasure to share with Mr. Komori and his team, our newly redefined business. SG360º is perpetually advancing the success rates for our customer’s marketing materials, by doing so, we have evolved into a valued strategic partner,” Joutras added.

Komori America will be highlighting its new technologies designed to help printers optimize efficiency and profitability at this year’s GRAPH EXPO 2012, being held from Oct. 7-10 in Chicago. GRAPH EXPO is one of the graphic communications industry’s top trade shows and showcases what’s new in the changing world of printing, pre media and social media.

“SG360° clearly recognized the importance of analyzing every step of its business to better meet and satisfy the changing needs of today’s customers,” said Jackie Hudmon, vice president of sales for Komori America. “This initiative is an excellent example of what every company in the industry needs to do to ensure success going forward. Print continues to remain a strong component of that requirement, which is why SG360° had the vision to invest in new Komori presses. It’s also a testimony to the strong partnership our two companies have enjoyed for more than 20 years.”

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