Edmunds Communications Group considers itself more than just a printing company, but rather a communications company that specializes in printing. The 120-employee operation serves 300 clients nationwide, and has experienced a double-digit sales growth in both its traditional offset and digital divisions.
Those lithographic printers walking the show floor earlier this month at Graph Expo in search of a bevy of heavy-iron, offset presses were sorely disappointed. With press manufacturers Heidelberg USA, Komori America and Mitsubishi Lithographic Presses opting to pass on this year's show, the South Hall at McCormick Place lacked the all-encompassing lineup of traditional press vendors that visitors in years past have come to expect.
The company expects to surpass $25 million in sales for the 2010 fiscal year. Targeted equipment acquisitions are integral to the ability of Web-to-print pioneer to provide quick turnarounds on high-quality products at the lowest possible prices. The addition of a five-color Mitsubishi Diamond 3000S with aqueous coater will help ensure an online printing experience that is seamless, fast and hassle-free, according to the printer.
Its new, 124,000-sq.ft. headquarters will feature an eight-color Mitsubishi Diamond 3000TP (tandem perfector) press with dual coaters.
Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions' March 2010 edition.
PRINT 09 sheetfed and web offset press exhibitors were all singing the same tune that the "holy grail" to achieving profitability in these tough times lies in a print shop's efficiency—quick makereadies, waste reduction, higher productivity with less people, as well as value-added capabilities to diversify and differentiate one's offerings.
THE TERM "wake-up call" generally refers to a heightening of one's awareness to a situation that needs to be rectified. Herb Zebrack is living proof that the term can carry dual meanings, including a literal application. This story traces back some 50 years, when Zebrack was a teenager attending L.A.
PITTSBURGH—Printing Industries of America has announced the recipients of the 2009 InterTech Technology Awards. The independent panel of judges deliberated over technology submissions ranging from process control tools to MIS applications. Recurring themes in 2009 InterTech nominations were process efficiency, integration and improved manufacturing performance through use of the innovative technologies.
Printing Industries of America is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2009 InterTech Technology Awards. For over thirty years, recipients of this prestigious award have not only had a major impact on the graphic communications industry, but they also consistently prove to be successful in the commercial marketplace.