Governor Cuts Ribbon on J.S. McCarthy’s New Komori Press
“For example, preparing presses for set up used to take 60 to 80 minutes and consume 1,200 to 1,500 sheets of paper waste per job. We now average about 30 minutes and about 400 sheets per job, a huge savings considering we do 1100 set ups per month,” Tardiff said.
The company relies exclusively on wind power for electricity, recycles 140 tons of waste paper a month, maintains precise climate control in its plant and employs other measures to protect the environment and the workplace. With its known commitment to efficiency the company is often selected by manufacturers to test and help perfect new equipment. “We have replaced 16 printing presses with three new Komori units and are hugely committed to this excellent relationship with our manufacturers.” Tardiff said.