Sappi North America announced the 12 Gold Award winners of its annual North American Printer of the Year contest from 1,500 entries.
Lithographix, in Hawthorne, California, submitted the October/November 2014 edition of Hana Hou! in the Specialty Magazines, Web, category of the Gold Ink Awards. What makes this magazine stand out are its vibrant colors and intriguing photography on the cover. The issue was printed on a six-color, 38" Mistubishi gapless heatset full-web press, for a press run of 135 million.
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions’ June 2014 edition, including HardingPoorman, Lithographix Inc., Brilliant Graphics, Graphic Edge Printing and Packaging, Kodak, Agfa and Heidelberg, First Edge Solutions, The U.S. Postal Service, Menasha Packaging, and Quad/Graphics.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ June 2014 edition, featuring DavCo Advertising, Zenger Group, K-1 Packaging Group, Lithographix Inc., L+L Cos., JP Graphics, D1 INK, Merritt Graphics, Benson Integrated Marketing
HAWTHORNE, CA—Lithographix Inc., a Southern California-based print, media and marketing provider, has installed an HP Indigo 7600 digital press, the latest model in the HP Indigo family of printers. The new digital offset press is reportedly the only one in the West that is fully integrated with all of the latest HP technologies.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ December 2013 edition, featuring Sandy Alexander, Lithographix, DPI Direct, Apex Color, IWCO Direct, Japs-Olson Co.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ August 2013 2013 edition, featuring The Garvey Group and Foremost Communications.
Hawthorne, CA-based Lithographix, one of the nation’s largest and most diversified commercial graphics companies, will acquire the two Durst Rho inkjet printers to be displayed at the SGIA Expo later this month. Originally a traditional printer, Lithographix today prides itself on what might be the industry’s most modern, diverse collection of printing and imaging technologies.
Testimonies from two printers—Presswrite Printing and Lithographix Inc.—that recently made the decision to stop leaning on “the grid” for 100 percent of their energy needs. Making the move to solar has certainly left these businesses with a sunny disposition.
Commercial Printing News from Printing Impressions’ October 2010 edition, featuring items on Southeast Mail Service and Ries Graphics.