A Virginia Turnaround Tale

Fresh ideas and an infusion of new energy have helped Virginia Tech Printing Services decrease turnaround times, improve customer satisfaction and strengthen its financial situation.

The willingness of Virginia Tech Printing Services’ employees to implement changes has played a crucial role in the in-plant’s turnaround.

John Scott retrieves a plate from the in-plant’s new Heidelberg Suprasetter 105 chemistry-free computer-to-plate system.

Rick Hoy (right), of Virginia Business Systems, demonstrated the features of Virginia Tech’s Konica Minolta bizhub C6000 after installation last summer for lead digital operators Beth Bryant and Linda Hale; Copier Management Supervisor Danny Suroski; and Production Supervisor Keith Pattison.

Chris Lawson runs the Kirk Rudy 219N inline addressing system in the in-plant’s mail operation.

Keith Pattison checks a press sheet printed on the five-color Heidelberg Speedmaster 74.

Virginia Tech’s new Konica Minolta bizhub C6000.