Thinking Big Leads To Big Profits

In-plants are producing some very creative wide-format applications, and generating sizable revenue as a result sizable revenue as a result.

The fatheads printed by Murray State University’s in-plant were a big hit on campus.

David Griste (left), manager of Shelby County’s in-plant, and Roddy Moore hold up a large banner printed on the shop’s  HP Designjet 5500ps.

Sign printing is the fastest-growing area of The Hershey Company’s in-plant. Among the interesting projects it handles are vehicle wraps, like this one.

California State University, Sacramento, Reprographics & Mail Services prints and sells advertising posters for display on its mail delivery carts. Showing off their work are (from left) Laura Lockett, Michael Kalstein and Brian Geimer.

Hershey's in-plant printed the wrapping for this elevator door

A poster printed by Murray State's in-plant.

David Griste, manager of the 10-employee in-plant for the Shelby County Government, holds up samples of the wide-format projects his in-plant has printed.