Across the Nation
EVANSVILLE—Since adding a new Presstek 52DI digital offset press, the University of Southern Indiana's Publishing Services has been able to bring the majority of its four-color work back in-house.
LAS VEGAS—The Dot Corp., of Irvine, CA, recently sold its facility here to Joe Hill, the former GM. The new company, offering offset, digital and mailing services, is called Dot Print Technologies of NV.
BELLMAWR—Episcopal Journal has selected Evergreen Printing to print its monthly news journal, quarterly magazines and companion offerings.
FAIRFIELD—Trucolor, the large-format and sign imaging division of FLM Graphics, has added an HP Scitex LX850 wide-format industrial printing system.
JERSEY CITY—The DG3 Group has licensed Pageflex Storefront and Pageflex Server to support print-on-demand and integrated marketing services for its Fortune 500 clients worldwide.
GREENSBORO—A new six-color, 56˝ manroland R906-6 LV sheetfed press with coating module will be installed at Carolina Graphic Services later this year. The press will complement an existing six-color, 64˝ manroland that was purchased in 2006.
WINSTON-SALEM—Salem Printing has acquired Advanced Direct (ADI), which will continue to operate from its existing Greensboro location.
WINSTON-SALEM—PostMark Inc. is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
ASHLAND—Bookmasters Inc. is celebrating its 40th year in business.
CINCINNATI—The Flottman Co. has acquired a new Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS C8000 color digital press.
HILLSBORO—Since installing a Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS C8000 color digital press and a six-color Komori Lithrone LSX29, Lithtex NW Printing Solutions has reported a more efficient workflow.
HUTTO—Mailworks Inc. has acquired a 36˝, eight-up Ryobi 924A sheetfed offset press from Ferrostaal based on the success of a Ryobi 924A running at Mailworks' Spring Valley, CA, plant since 2008.