SAN FRANCISCO—A diecutting machine is believed to have caused the death of a pregnant 26-year-old employee at Digital Pre-Press International on January 29. Margarita Mojica, of Oakland, CA, was pronounced dead on the scene after firefighters extricated her from the machine, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The diecutter was manufactured by Yawa of China, the paper reported. Officials are still investigating how Mojica got caught in the diecutter. According to Burt Boltuch, Digital Pre-Press attorney, the machine had been turned off before the accident. Mojica was prepping her next job and was not near the control buttons when the diecutter trapped her, the

San Ramon, CA—K/P Corp. has been busy in the first half of 2000. It has invested more than $6 million company-wide to upgrade equipment, move to a more digital workflow and expand services to new markets. To improve distribution and take advantage of the emerging opportunities in e-commerce product fulfillment, it opened a 12,000-square-foot mailing and fulfillment facility in Vista, CA, and a 14,000-square-foot mailing and fulfillment center in Atlanta. The company's Salem, OR, plant is also anticipating growth in mailing services and has also invested in new mailing equipment. K/P Corp.'s printing production capacity is also on the rise. Its Salt Lake City

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