Heidelberg USA’s small format demo center in Buffalo Grove, IL recently hosted an Open House for printers interested in learning about the Heidelberg Speedmaster 52 press with Anicolor. The event was the second in a series of seven open houses to be held this calendar year at the Buffalo Grove facility, which functions as Heidelberg USA’s small-format printing demonstration center.
Printing Industries of America today announces that IPA, the Association of Graphic Solutions Providers, and the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) will join it as association partners for the 2009 Converge Conference—the program focused on the next generation of print and communication services. The event will be held November 7-10, 2009, at the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek in Orlando, FL.
ORLANDO, FL—The 2009 Presidents Conference helped thaw out attendees when it touched down at the Omni Orlando last week. Sponsored by the Printing Industries of America, the three-day program, which carried the theme of “New Directions, Bolder Thinking,” included more than 30 solutions-based discussions and the new Young Print Professionals track.
Printing Industries of America’s 2009 Presidents Conference last week was a hit for attendees with the solutions-based discussions and topics. With over 30 sessions packed into a short three-day program, attendees walked away with numerous methods, techniques and suggestions to weather the current economic storm. The theme of “New Directions, Bolder Thinking” aptly identified the value of the program.
Printing Industries of America is proud to announce that the 2009 Converge Conference, dedicated to the "Next Generation of Print and Communication Service Providers," will be held November 8-10, 2009, at the Hilton Bonnet Creek Resort in Orlando, FL.
Heidelberg reports that C&S Press, a general commercial printer in Orlando, FL, has selected a 4-color Speedmaster SM 52 with Anicolor inking unit over several digital options it had been evaluating. Ultimately, the owners of C&S determined that the Anicolor machine would enable the company to compete more effectively with short-run, nonvariable digital printing while steering clear of digital “click” charges amounting to more than $50,000 per month for the same productivity C&S already derived from its two conventional offset presses.