Across the Nation
INDIANAPOLIS—A new Fujifilm Acuity Advance HS X2 wide-format printer and Xerox Color 800 digital press acquired from Fujifilm have helped Repro Graphix expand, including a new contract to print materials for the National Football League (NFL). The NFL also awarded Repro Graphix the Super Bowl XLVI Business Leadership Impact Award for its commitment to community, the event itself and to other businesses.
KANSAS CITY—Working 150 feet underneath the earth's surface in a 40,000-square-foot space in SubTropolis (one of the world's largest underground business complexes) is saving Mail Print an estimated $40,000 per year just on its electric bill alone.
KENNEBUNK—Since implementing Enfocus Switch automation technology, William Arthur Fine Stationery, a subsidiary of Hallmark Inc., is now able to automatically generate PDFs for multiple output devices, reducing the time it takes to process orders by 40 percent.
MINNEAPOLIS—Dolan Printing recently acquired an HP Indigo 5600 digital offset press to help complement its existing offset printing capabilities.
RENO—Heidelberg came to the rescue for Cube Services when its existing CTP device broke down in the midst of the company's move into larger quarters. A new Suprasetter A52 platesetter was shipped and installed within a week after the order was initially placed.
VOORHEES—AFL Web Printing has purchased high-speed inserting equipment from K&M Manufacturing for its facility here and in Secaucus, NJ. It fulfills clients' needs for sophisticated, zoned advertising inserts, processed at press speeds.
DEER PARK—Rosemont Press, a full-service printer, is now FSC certified.
HAUPPAUGE—A new MCS Eagle inkjet system with a 4.25˝ print head has been installed at Maggio Data Forms in order to produce consecutive barcodes on business forms.
WESTBURY—Sir Speedy of Westbury, Hauppauge & Melville has acquired the book of business of a Syosset, NY-based Sir Speedy franchise. This is its fourth acquisition in six years.