John Sommers Jr., president and CEO, discusses Allied Printing Services' commitment to being more sustainable with the recent completion of a solar installation at his company's Manchester, Connecticut, facility.
Last week, Allied Printing Services held a ceremony to mark the completion of a solar installation at its Manchester, Connecticut, facility. The ceremony was attended by elected officials, legislators, energy and utility officials, partners and employees. The 1.4 megawatt system, which is comprised of 4,591 panels atop Allied’s 275,000-square-foot facility, will provide about 17 percent of the company's total electricity usage.
Since taking over in 2013, John Sommers Jr. is investing aggressively in the future success of Allied Printing Services.
In celebration of Earth Day, Allied Printing Services in Manchester, CT, is in the process of installing 4,591 solar panels on the roof of its 275,000-square-foot facility. This use of solar power will have the equivalent carbon offset effect of planting 27,000 acres of trees.
The Allied Printing Services Charitable Foundation will hold its eighth Annual Memorial Golf Tournament at Topstone Golf Course on both Thursday, June 11 and Friday, June 12. In light of the large volume of golfers at last year’s tournament, the company is expanding this year’s outing to two consecutive days of golfing, dining, and socializing.
Allied Printing is rethinking ink and producing more effective marketing pieces with HP digital printing technology.
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions' April 2015 edition, including Allied Printing Services, Quad/Graphics, Finish Line Binderies , HF Group, The Riverside Group, BCT’s, Williamson Printing, Printing & Imaging Association of MidAmerica, MCD, The Ovid Bell Press (a Walsworth Publishing company) and AlphaGraphics.
Allied Printing Services anticipates its two new Komori System 38S web presses will reduce its makeready time by more than 50 percent.
One look at our 20-under-40 list of up-and-coming printing industry executives reveals several truisms. One, the family-owned printing company is not under siege; subsequent generations of men and women are being entrusted to continue the mom-and-pop shop (though we generally don't think of multimillion-dollar companies in mom-and-pop terms). Secondly, there is a solid core of young men and women at the helm of longstanding, successful companies.
Convenience is what attracts many printers to the great Midwest every Fall in search of, say, a certain piece of equipment, that software package that will make their workflow highly efficient, or research for future investments.