After a successful installation at Paxton Media’s High Point Enterprise facility in North Carolina, Manugraph Americas will install the second M360 in the United States at the Murray Ledger & Times in Kentucky. Manugraph will install two M360 4-high towers to The Ledger's existing Goss Community press.
Forum Communications in Fargo, ND, has ordered 22 MDGM DC4000 series Digital Motion Control Devices from Manugraph DGM. The drives will be installed at nine locations throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and South Dakota. In addition, single drive orders have been placed by the Trinidad Daily News and the Murray Ledger Times in Kentucky.
Paxton Media Group has purchased a new 20-unit M360 press from Manugraph Americas for a new central plant facility in High Point, NC. The facility will print daily newspapers consisting of the Durham Herald-Sun, the High Point Enterprise, the Henderson Daily Dispatch, The Sanford Herald, the Monroe Enquirer-Journal, and 10 weekly newspapers which were all previously printed on a Goss Metro press located at the Durham Herald-Sun.
As part of a new global marketing strategy, the company will now be known as Manugraph Americas. Brian LaBine, past president (2003-2010), will again be assuming day-to-day responsibilities as president and CEO, effective immediately. Ron Ehrhardt, currently vice president of international sales, will assume sales management responsibilities for North America as well.
There were only four offset presses actually running at GRAPH EXPO last month, but the leading vendors still had booths on the show floor. Video presentations, interactive displays, print samples, and standalone press consoles or press units were instead used to showcase new developments, enhanced maintenance offerings and press monitoring services.
ELIZABETHVILLE, PA—August 24, 2011—Manugraph DGM Inc. (MDGM) reports strong trends towards continued favorable business in all aspects of their divisions.In addition to a healthy new equipment order book, the MDGM factory in Pennsylvania has been very successful with used equipment sales as well as press relocation and reconditioning projects in North and South America. In…
Beginning with a $110,000 grant from the Dow Jones Foundation, Manugraph DGM provided the four units added to the original press donated by Goss. Also donated were a Baldwin spray dampening system, Quad Tech register control and MEGTEC infeed and splicer.
Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions' May 2010 edition.
ELIZABETHVILLE, PA—Manugraph DGM (MDGM) announced that Brian LaBine has stepped down as president, but will remain active as a member of its board of directors. Dave Moreland will assume day-to-day responsibilities as president of MDGM.
Brian LaBine has stepped down as President and Dave Moreland will assume day-to-day responsibilities. MDGM will close its West Coast parts facility and all activities will be consolidated back to the Parts Division in Pennsylvania