Sheetfed Offset Printing

In-Print 2016 Winners Selected
March 18, 2016 at 10:46 am

On Monday, the winners of the In-Print 2016 contest were selected at IPMA headquarters in Kearney, Mo. Five judges, all in-plant managers, spent a grueling 10 hours inspecting each of the 431 pieces submitted in the contest’s 28 categories.

Moving a Massive In-plant
February 1, 2016

When The University of Texas at Austin’s medical building needed to expand, it led to the movement of the print and mail operation.

Success at Every Size
February 1, 2016

UAB’s Printing and Mailing Services needed to move to a smaller location, necessitating changes in workflow, equipment and warehousing.

University of Texas In-plant Moves
January 18, 2016 at 11:04 am

The University of Texas at Austin has just finished moving its 52-employee Document Services operation to a new location, about eight miles from campus. The in-plant’s new five-color 24×29˝ Komori Lithrone SX29 press, after spending just a year in the old facility, has been…

Columbia College’s ‘Adventure into Digital Printing’
January 8, 2016 at 12:23 pm

Producing marketing materials for multiple college campuses is no easy task, but with 36 campuses nationwide, Columbia College needed a way to print a large volume of booklets without increasing its in-plant’s staff.

Small Shop, Big Moves
January 1, 2016

Illinois Wesleyan University Publications, Printing and Mailing Services has proven its worth to the university and has been rewarded.

Another Best of Show Win for BYU
July 14, 2015 at 12:20 pm

A unique split-page Christmas card won Brigham Young University Print and Mail Services its forth Best of Show Award.

Judges Pick Winners in In-Print 2015
May 1, 2015 at 1:38 pm

In March, the judges selected 67 winners out of more than 400 entries in the In-Print 2015 contest. Here’s a look at what the judging w

Razorbacks Fight to Keep Offset Alive
May 1, 2015

In June of 2014, 16 employees of Print, Mail, Copy (PMC) Solutions at the University of Arkansas were called into a conference room. Each one received a letter explaining that in two years, offset printing, which had been losing money, would be phased out of the in-plant and they would not be part of the plan moving forward.