ACROSS the nation
NEW BEDFORD—Reynolds De- Walt, a cross-media communications company, recently installed an HP Indigo 7000 to augment its capacity and produce the majority of its digital printing work on HP equipment.
SECAUCUS—Investor's Business Daily has selected A.F.L. Web Printing to be its printer for the New York City, New England and Mid-Atlantic markets. The work will be handled by A.F.L.'s Secaucus plant, which first opened in 2008 and completed a second capital expansion last year.
LAS VEGAS—Creel Printing joined more than 400 print providers worldwide when it achieved G7 Master Printer certification.
MASPETH—First Choice Copy and Print, a trade printer located here, recently acquired a Xerox iGen digital color press.
SCHENECTADY—Since recently installing a new six-color Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 102 with coating unit, Benchemark Printing has already logged more than 1.5 million impressions on the press. It joins a Speedmaster SM 102, an eight-color Speedmaster SM 102 perfector with coater and a two-color SM 102 perfecting press.
CLEVELAND—Angstron Graphics has purchased a Xerox iGen4 digital color press with in-line stitching capabilities for its new AG On-Demand division located here.
SAN JUAN—Carlos Arturo Pérez recently founded Go Print, the first digital printing business on the island. In addition to HP color digital press output, the shop also offers traditional offset commercial printing.
BEAUFORT—Since it began selling printing online last year, PrintKEG.com reports it has achieved growth of 2,600 percent by securing top search engine rankings for "cheapest online printing company."
KEARNEYSVILLE—Avalanche Services has made several enhancements to its business. It recently built and moved into a 20,000-square-foot building, and added a six-color Didde web press and a continuous-feed Stahlfolder. The direct mail print shop also has two Jet presses, a Super Jet and offers complete folding capabilities.