Add Value, Secure Your Future

Adding new services gives you more opportunities to make customers happy, improving your reputation while strengthening your in-plant's position in the organization.

At Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ Graphic Production Center, Debbie Alexander (left), color lab specialist, and Alvin Griffin, director, show off an apron and a shirt printed on the in-plant’s AnaJet mPower mP10 direct-to-garment printer.

At Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ Graphic Production Center, Debbie Alexander operates the in-plant’s AnaJet mPower mP10 direct-to-garment printer.

At Allan Hancock College, Gordon Rivera (left) and Robert Nourse hold up signs created with the in-plant’s Epilog Legend 36EXT laser engraver.

Allan Hancock College's in-plant is engraving information on digital devices.

Colgate University Document and Mail Services added a 36˝ Kyocera 4800w wide-format scanner and started scanning blue­prints and maps for academic departments.

Nestlé Purina Print Services is now producing name badges (modeled here by Sean Deken) using a small-format manual die cutter.

Director Dwayne Magee stands in Messiah College Press & Postal Services’ warehouse, which the in-plant makes available to campus departments that lack storage space.

This van wrap is just one of the creative wide-format products being produced by Central Michigan University Printing Services.

The University of Mississippi started offering multicolor foiling using a Therm-O-Type foil fusing machine.
Photo by Kevin Bain/Ole Miss Communications