ACROSS the nation
MORRISTOWN—The Citizen Tribune has installed a new Muller Martini Minuteman in its mailroom for the production of saddle stitched products. The Citizen Tribune is a local daily newspaper serving the Lakeway region of East Tennessee.
NASHVILLE—The Font Shop, which started more than 19 years ago offering prepress and typesetting services, has changed its name to TFS Graphics. The name change is designed to reflect the company's transformation into digital printing.
ARLINGTON—DFW Suburban Newspapers, serving readers in the Dallas-Fort Worth region, has installed a BravoPlus TV saddle stitching system by Muller Martini. The TV model is specially configured to speed the production of television guides printed by and distributed with newspapers.
DALLAS—Great Western Industries is now operating a new six-color Komori Lithrone S40.
LITTLE CHUTE—JP Graphics was selected as the Small Business of the Year for 2003 in the manufacturing category by the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce. Rodney Stoffel, JP Graphics' president, was presented the award.
MILWAUKEE—The Schawk Inc. rotogravure engraving plant here has purchased new adapter-less MDC Daetwyler gravure cylinder plating equipment. It is said to be the world's first installation of a plating system designed with DisCoP technology.
WAUKESHA—J.B. Kenehan Inc. has broken ground on a 20,000-square- foot addition. A new Heidelberg ST400 stitcher with three- and five-knife trimmer, in-line calendar punch and camera signature recognition system will be installed in the new building.
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