Solo Printing Undertakes Aggressive Expansion
MIAMI—June 19, 2008—Solo Printing, Inc., a Miami-based commercial printer, recently completed a major facilities expansion giving the company a total of 100,000 sq. ft. of production, office and warehousing space, and is currently in the process of installing a Komori 38S 6-unit, full-web press along with additional high speed saddle stitchers, cutters and folders. The expansion during an economic downturn underscores the company’s continued growth - the result of increasing market penetration throughout the entire Eastern seaboard.
Manny Hernandez, president, stated, “Our investment in facilities and in new technology enables us to increase our dominant position in providing quality, cost effective products and services. We don’t just serve our customers; we partner with them to implement creative solutions. Every job and every customer is important to us. That’s why our customer loyalty is so high.”
‘Commercially Acceptable’ Is Not Acceptable At Solo
Technology, people, quality assurance and process are melded at Solo to go beyond “commercially acceptable” standards on every step of every job. From our electronic pre-press department using the most advanced G7TM-based Fujifilm color system to ensure consistently accurate color reproduction to state-of-the-art presses (including Komori 38S, Heidelberg, and Akiyama) for sharp dots, tight registration and consistent ink density, to post press processes that produce crisp folds, accurate pagination, secure bindings and square cuts, Solo is a leader in the industry. A demanding quality assurance process is coupled with a proactive stance on looking for potential problems (e.g., issues with client files, images and layouts) and correcting them before they occur to ensure the quality that customers have come to expect. “We aim to move beyond a vendor mentality and, instead, to partner with clients by seeking out cost savings opportunities and end product improvements to create innovative solutions that help their customers succeed,” added Manny Hernandez.