Royle Printing's $6M Investment Includes New Goss Sunday 2000 Web Press, Polywrapper
SUN PRAIRIE, Wis.—May 8, 2015—Royle Printing is investing over $6 million to strengthen and expand its printing operations in Wisconsin. The company, headquartered here, combines high quality and efficient print manufacturing with mailing and distribution services to the publishing and catalog markets.
The $6 million investment includes a new Goss Sunday 2000 web press, configured in a 38" wide-format with gapless technology, five units and in-line UV coating. The press utilizes the latest technical advancements available in the industry, providing Royle with a number of key production enhancements. It will also help the company in fulfilling its commitment to the environment, minimizing waste and energy consumption. In addition to the press, Royle has added a new, late model Polywrapper. This machine features 12 pockets with in-line ink jet imaging and Cheshire labeling. It also has the capacity to onsert multiple types of onserts, including product samples, cosmetic samples and various print components.
"This latest investment is a continuation of our on-going commitment to provide our customers with a modern and feature-rich operating platform," said Chris Carpenter, owner and president of Royle Printing. "The new press will help us serve our publication and catalog customers with efficient page counts, a variety of formats, and various productivity enhancements to remain highly competitive in a fragmented market."
About Royle Printing
Royle Printing, founded in 1948, specializes in high quality graphic and distribution services that serve the needs of publishers, catalogers, and corporate partners. The company employs approximately 200 employees, in its 250,000-square-foot facility located in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.
Source: Royle Printing.