Sheetfed Offset Printing
A seven-color, 41-inch KBA Rapida 105 has been purchased by Imagine! Print Solutions for its Shakopee, Minnesota, facility.
Tom Metzger, of Metzgers Printing and Mailing, installed a new 10-color RYOBI MHI 9210P 5/5 long perfecter equipped with LED-UV curing.
Premier Print Group has purchased an eight-color Lithrone G40 perfector with H-UV system (GL840P), its third Komori press.
Amway has added printing capabilities for its wide-ranging work from commercial applications to folding cartons with a six-color, 41-inch KBA Rapida 106 UV press. The press replaces three existing presses from a different manufacturer. The new press will support the company’s continued growth with its versatility by printing all of its internal marketing materials including instruction materials, brochures and pamphlets.
In acknowledgement of its support of the Accrediting Council for Collegiate Graphic Communications, KBA was honored at GRAPH EXPO 15.
At first blush, the story behind Candid Worldwide/Candid Litho’s growth defies logic. How does a sheetfed lithographic printer based in Long Island City, New York, open a wide-format digital printing operation in New York and Las Vegas and record 50 percent growth in its second year by serving many of Sin City’s biggest gaming and entertainment clientele? The answer to this question lacks drama. The simple truth is, Candid takes care of its customers and always has, dating back to its 1956 launch.
Attendees at GRAPH EXPO 15 were keen to learn more about KBA’s wide range of new technology at GRAPH EXPO 15.
Balfour has added a Komori Lithrone GL-840P offset press in its Dallas facility.
With its 1:1 engagement strategy, Heidelberg continues to demonstrate commitment to its customers and the printing industry at large.
Jakprints anticipates saving up to one million sheets this year with the addition of a Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor press.