Tide is High

University of Alabama Printing Services uses its offset printing power to help the Crimson Tide achieve record enrollment.

An in-plant rarity: University of Alabama Printing Services boasts two four-color offset presses: a 29˝ Sakurai 474P and a 26˝ Sakurai 466SIP convertible perfector. Showing them off are (from left) Assistant Director Daniel Sieber, Director Bill May and Assistant Director Tom McLeod.

In the in-plant’s digital printing area, Bill May (center) goes over a job printed on the Canon imagePRESS C6010VP digital color press with operators Stephanie Coleman and Will Cockrell.

Recent grad Matthew Phillips, who began working at the in-plant as a freshman, operates the Bell & Howell inserting machine in the Bulk Mail processing center.

Bulk Mail Coordinator Kim Spencer (left) and 26-year university employee Carol Junkin address a mailing on the Videojet Cheshire 7000 system

Assistant Director Tom McLeod, Assistant Director Daniel Sieber and Director Bill May.