A timely equipment upgrade gives Modern Woodmen of America’s in-plant new tools to help the organization better serve its members and secure their futures.
Since gaining a seat within a new centralized marketing agency model, Fairfield’s in-plant has been showing the university exactly what it can bring to the table.
When Amway’s in-plant installed a new six-color KBA Rapida 106 offset press a year ago, it ser
Established in 1930 as a small general store, Hy-Vee is now an employee-owned chain of supermarkets, drugstores and gas stations.
When John Schreck joined the Santa Ana Unified School District (SAUSD) as manager of Logistics about a year and a half ago, he found a print shop that was well run and well regarded by the school district it serves. Schreck credits Director of Logistics Holger Kasper and the entire team for the establishment of a very successful in-plant operation.
Liberty University started up a new in-plant one year ago, bringing cost savings, brand control and fast turnaround to the university.
UAB’s Printing and Mailing Services needed to move to a smaller location, necessitating changes in workflow, equipment and warehousing.
After the Sacramento State men's and women's basketball programs enjoyed a banner 2014-15 season, Athletics Marketing and Student Affairs called on Reprographics & Mail Services to provide a most fitting tribute to the Hornets: a banner.
Though just signed into law in December 2014, GPO's name change from Government Printing Office to Government Publishing Office has been "a long time coming," says John Crawford.
As director of Printing, Mailing and Document Services for the University of Oklahoma—renowned for its storied Sooners football team, this year's Big 12 preseason favorite—John Sarantakos is used to thinking big and going long.
California State Printer Jerry Hill spent Ben Franklin's 308th birthday hosting an open house at the Office of State Publishing (OSP) to promote the in-plant's newly expanded facilities and upgraded capabilities.
Location may not be everything, but being situated inside Parkview Health's headquarters has certainly helped Printing and Postal Services secure its position as Parkview's primary provider of print and related services. What has enabled the in-plant to thrive, though, has been its consistent ability to reduce costs, raise quality and add value for Parkview, an 8,700-employee, not-for-profit community-based health system serving northeastern Indiana and Ohio.
Insurance is all about planning ahead. As the in-plant for one of the largest health insurers in the United States, Highmark's Corporate Printing Services (CPS) operation recently executed well-planned facilities and technology upgrades that leave it extremely well-positioned for the future.
Vanderbilt University Printing Services continues to thrive by combining a well-established, bustling offset operation with burgeoning business opportunities and digital solutions to meet and exceed customer demand.
At Tyson Foods, Inc., all management personnel, including CEO Donnie Smith, are birds of a uniform feather. "We all wear khaki to show that we are working managers and not afraid to get our hands dirty," reports Russell Gayer, manager of Tyson Printing Services (TPS).