Kendall Printing Company

Kendall Printing's Woes Spelled Out in Court Documents
November 16, 2009

The Greeley (CO) printing company that suddenly shut its doors Friday was slowly going under, with $7.4 million in unpaid loans and thousands of dollars of unpaid back taxes. Mark Kendall, owner, closed the business abruptly at 3 p.m. Friday.

ACROSS the nation
August 1, 2006

New Press Heats Up Southern Market ATLANTA—A five-color Sakurai 575SDC sheetfed press with in-line coater is now running jobs at Canterbury Press. The machine, which is the first of its kind in the Atlanta market, was installed by dealer Paper Handling Solutions. ARIZONA TEMPE—Business Cards Tomorrow (BCT) has added a Presstek direct imaging (DI) press to its facility here and in Denver to support increased demand for short run, fast-turnaround printing. CALIFORNIA HAWTHORNE—Lithographix Inc. has installed a Sentinel ink management system from Accel Graphic Systems on its eight-color Mitsubishi D3000 press. ROCKLIN—J&M Printing, a general commercial printer, has installed a four-color Heidelberg Speedmaster SM 52 sheetfed press with in-line aqueous

BINDERY matters
February 1, 2006

Company Enters Diecutting Business SANTA FE SPRINGS, CA—Established in 1997, Crown Finishing has operated as a low-profile trade shop serving the special needs of the folding carton industry. Until recently Crown's business had exclusively consisted of UV coating, but last fall the company expanded into diecutting with the purchase of its first diecutter, a Bobst SPeria 106 E. "We saw the opportunity to grow," explains president and CEO Armando Garcia. "As a trade shop we're driven by our customers' needs and the addition of die-cutting and scoring has proven to be very profitable." The Bobst SPeria 106 E was selected by Crown Finishing based