Colter & Peterson

Colter & Peterson Will Highlight Paper Cutters/Handling Equipment for the Large-Format Market at SGIA
October 20, 2014

After a successful SGIA Expo in Orlando last year, Colter & Peterson will be returning for this year's show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, October 22-24. The Saber XXL and Saber X15 Plus series will be on display at the company's booth. Manufactured to ISO-9001 standards, Saber ranges in size from 65-137” and some new features include an upgraded hydraulic system, cut optimization, automatic knife setting and the availability of automatic waste removal.

Large-Format Press Acquisition Requires Bindery Upgrade
April 28, 2014

As Primary Color prepares for its 30th anniversary later this year, the award-winning Los Angeles-area printer has plenty to celebrate. To upgrade its bindery department, it installed a 100" Harris-Seybold CJ paper cutter and Schneider Engineering automatic paper jogger from Colter & Peterson.

Microcut Systems Attract International Crowd for Colter & Peterson at Ipex
April 10, 2014

At Ipex in London last week Microcut/Colter & Peterson introduced new Microcut automated backgauge control systems for paper cutters. Colter & Peterson debuted two new systems and demonstrated two popular and highly reliable programs. Ipex visitors saw the new Microcut COLOR WS and Microtrack II, in addition to the Microcut PLUS WS and Microcut JR.

Colter & Peterson 45" Paper Cutters Making the Grade with doodad
March 3, 2014

If you read a major market daily newspaper or get direct mail, chances are good that you have seen doodad’s advertising inserts. The company has had a long association with Colter & Peterson, which strengthened in 2009 when it bought a reconditioned 45" cutter. Since then four more cutters have been installed.

Foster Printing: A Happy, Productive Place
February 1, 2014

While Foster Printing of Santa Ana, CA, does not feel compelled to rule the world, the executive leadership team is fairly happy with dominating their small corner of it. Tim Blackburn, company president, is proud of how far the company has come since it was acquired by his father, Dennis, in 1988. "The last six years have really been amazing for Foster," he notes. "The growth we have experienced has surpassed what we'd done prior to that in the history of the company. And we feel like we've hit our mark for where we need to be—we've improved on turnaround, quality and capacity."