150 Years And Still StrongDecember 1999
As for the future of printing at OSP, Cron does not see it going away any time soon.
"I see us using a lot more paper in the next decade," she says. The Internet explosion, she adds, has made us hungry for information, and until a new generation comes along that is used to reading from a monitor, paper usage will continue to increase.
As for other future trends, Cron says we should expect the unexpected.
"Five years from now I don't think digital printing is going to be the big thing," she predicts. "There's going to be something radically new—and we expect to be there."
—by Bob Neubauer
• Logic computer management system
• Color proofing systems
• Eight-color Heidelberg M-1000B web press
• Five-color, 40˝ Heidelberg with coater
• Four-unit, 38˝ Hantscho Mark VI three-web press
• Two Halm Jet envelope presses
• One Diamond envelope press
• One Drent Gazelle press
• Muller-Martini forms presses
• Harris forms presses
• Two Xerox 6180s
• One Xerox DocuTech 135
• Four Xerox 5090s
• One Kodak ImageSource 70
• One Roll Systems DocuSheeter
• C.P. Bourg Signature Bookletmaker and Perfect Binder
• Folding equipment
• Automated bundlers, bundler lifts
• Addressing systems