A minor fire erupted at Unimac Graphics yesterday, causing duct work, but no serious injuries.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ October 2012 edition, featuring Foster Printing and A.C. Printing.
Unimac Graphics has installed a solar energy system capable of producing more than 1 million kWhs of clean solar energy. “We are dedicated to protecting the environment, prevention of pollution and ensuring the health and safety of the community, our clients and our employees.”
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ September 2011 edition.
UNIMAC has acquired equity in and formed a new partnership with Princeton AllPoints, enabling to offer clients expanded resources such as integrated national distribution and fulfillment services, increased direct mail capabilities, a complete suite of data processing, proprietary order and materials management system, radio frequency technology, and additional full color print-on-demand digital printing.
Green printing and sustainability news in the commercial printing industry from Printing Impressions' January 2010 edition.
CARLSTADT, NJ—UNIMAC Graphics has received court approval to acquire New York-based TanaSeybert. A printing, mailing and fulfillment company, TanaSeybert had filed for bankruptcy. UNIMAC says it will benefit from TanaSeybert's interactive/online, out-of-home, specialty production and creative services capabilities.
TanaSeybert's array of printing and print-related capabilities, including mailing and fulfillment services, complement Unimac Graphics' large-format offset printing, heatset web and sheetfed printing, lenticular, holographic and hexachrome printing services.
Printing Impressions’ Across the Nation Commercial Printing News for December, 2008.
ARIZONA PHOENIX—Panoramic Press, a 50-year-old firm specializing in high-end commercial printing, has added a five-color Mitsubishi Diamond 1000LS press with in-line coater. COLORADO DENVER—Two Kodak Trendsetter News 100 platesetters and workflow systems have a new home at the Denver Newspaper Agency for its commercial division to print commercial products, as well as the New York Times. DELAWARE DOVER—Independent Newspapers has incorporated an unusual configuration into its new five-high KBA Colora web press. The configuration combines the productivity of a double-width 4/2 press with the flexibility of a single-width press, resulting in runs with fewer webs and fewer operators. HAWAII WAILUKU—The Ogden Newspapers purchased a Trendsetter News 70 platesetter and Prinergy EVO