Vision Graphics

MAN Presses Boost the Bottom Line at Two Firms
April 1, 2000

Loveland, CO—A pair of companies, one in the Midwest and one in the western section of the U.S., has each experienced a great deal of sales growth, and in both cases executives at the company credit that growth, in part, to new additions on the pressroom floor. When Cheyenne, WY-based Vision Graphics opened its new 25,000-square-foot plant here, the first piece of equipment on the floor was a 40˝ MAN Roland 700 perfector with a coater extension. Six months later, after the company's sales grew 65 percent, Vision installed a second press, a 55˝ MAN Roland 900. "We stick to the principles of running a good

Vision Graphics Opens New Facility
March 1, 1999

CHEYENNE, WY—Vision Graphics, a 47-year-old commercial printer headquartered here, recently made headlines—twice. The first news was that the 65-employee company grew 41 percent in 1998, generating a total of almost $7 million in annual revenues. Vision Graphics also received publicity when it opened a new, 24,000-square-foot facility (expandable to 42,000 square feet), about 50 miles south of its headquarters, at Colorado's Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport. Officials reveal its increased growth meant the company needed another plant to keep up with its booming Rocky Mountain business. "A second plant will solidify the presence of Vision Graphics in Colorado and the surrounding states," says Mark