Signature Offset is seeking donations of non-perishable food items, clothing and other items for the victims of the devastating and deadly flash floods that tore through Colorado last week. Donations are essential, as many people throughout the state are still unaccounted for, and many have have been displaced, including three of the company's employees.
Signature Offset said it will close its $3 million Jacksonville (FL) printing facility, which opened a year ago. Chief Operating Officer Cary Juvonen said the printing company, based in Boulder, decided to consolidate the Northside plant’s operations into its two Mississippi locations, due to “ongoing operational concerns.” It intends to keep most of its customers and half of its full-time employees, but Juvonen declined to provide additional information about the closure.
CEO Lloyd Streit said in August 2010 that he expected the Alta Drive plant to employ 30 people and generate more than $4 million in revenue in its next
New publication and newspaper contracts at the printer’s newly opened facility in Jacksonville, FL, led to the Community SSC being pressed into service. “We originally built more time into our schedule for the start-up, but customer demand at the new site exceeded our expectations,” explains Brain Moser, production director.
BOULDER, CO—Signature Offset, based here, is investing $3 million in a new Jacksonville, FL, facility that will open its doors in August, creating 30 new jobs, the Jacksonville Business Journal reported. The 34,000-square-foot building at the Port Jax Trade Center will provide printed products including collegiate newspapers and ethnic-targeted products.
Signature Offset Inc. a Boulder, Colo., printing company, plans to add about 30 jobs to Jacksonville and invest $3 million in its new Northside facility, which opens in August.
The 34,000-square-foot facility at Port Jax Trade Center will handle printing products ranging from collegiate newspapers to products aimed at ethnic populations, said Lloyd Streit, the company’s CEO and president. The plant at Alta Drive will serve customers in a radius of up to 300 miles, and the site proximity to major interstates was part of the company’s reason for moving to Jacksonville.
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BOULDER, CO—Signature Offset, a coldset web offset publication printing specialist with seven U.S. locations, has ordered a new Goss press to anchor a soon-to-open eighth site. The four-tower Community SSC press and N-40 folder with quarterfold capabilities will be installed at an undisclosed East Coast location this summer.
The four-tower Community SSC press will be installed at the undisclosed East Coast location this summer.
Attendees at the 2009 Offset and Beyond Conference, which kicked-off yesterday and takes place through Wednesday, May 6, are taking advantage of the advice and experience of some of the world's top business and print leaders. In addition to Printing Industries of America's stable of experts, key presenters at this year's event being held at Caesars Palace include Howard Putnam, the former CEO of Southwest Airlines. Putnam spoke about leadership in turbulent times.