Across the Nation
September 1, 2012

Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ September 2012 edition, featuring FolgerGraphics and Philipp Lithographing.

ColorDynamics Adds Hybrid Printing on Web Press with Kodak Prosper Imprinting System
July 26, 2012

ColorDynamics, a Dallas-based commercial printer, has purchased a Kodak Prosper S10 imprinting system to significantly decrease the turnaround time required to apply addresses for a national retailer’s western U.S. direct mail program. The system can be used on either its Harris M1000 eight-color commercial web press or a Harris M300 six-color commercial web press.

Packages Returned from World Trade Center
August 1, 2011

Chip Snyder, ColorDynamics Inc., Allen, TX—I remember standing in front of the TV in the customer lounge with half the company, watching as the first tower collapsed. All day long people would migrate in and out of there, leaving for awhile to try to get some work done, but always coming back to catch up on the news about what had happened.

The 2007 Printing Impressions 400
December 1, 2007

The 2012 Printing Impressions 400 list of the largest printing companies in the United States and Canada as ranked by annual sales.

ColorDynamics Showcases Komori Press
February 2, 2007

ALLEN, TX—Sheetfed and web offset printer ColorDynamics and Komori America executives hosted approximately 50 Komori customers and prospects, representing some 20 companies, on Tuesday to demonstrate the shop’s new 10-color Lithrone S40P convertible perfector with two-sided coating capabilities. According to ColorDynamics President Chuck Chalifoux, the $40 million operation purchased the sheetfed press due to its ability to print conventional, hybrid or UV jobs; its overall 10-color capabilities for producing high-end work; and increasing client demands for quicker turn times. At 100 feet in length, it is said to be the longest sheetfed press Komori has manufactured. ColorDynamics also has a new six-color Lithrone on order. The two

February 1, 2007

G.F. Puhl Co. Building New Facility GALLATIN, TN—Construction is underway on a new 51,000-square-foot office and manufacturing complex for G.F. Puhl Co. Gregg Puhl, president, states that the new facility will improve manufacturing capacity and capability, and give additional storage space while providing a better work environment for office, technical service and manufacturing staffs. Puhl engineers and manufactures trim collection systems for the printing industry, folding carton corrugated box manufacturers and document destruction companies. The move is expected to be completed in the spring. 10-Color Perfector with Double Coaters Showcased ALLEN, TX—Sheetfed and web offset printer ColorDynamics and Komori America executives hosted