With staffs made up entirely of convicts, prison in-plants face some challenges. Yet criminals can be surprisingly dedicated employees.
Although he was “bound and determined” not to become a printer, Ken Schanuel has spent nearly 40 years in the printing industry. He is now director of Production Services for the Catholic Health Association of the United States.
John Sarantakos has been working at in-plants since he was seven. Today he runs one of the largest in-house printing operations in the country.
Iowa State University Printing and Copy Services is bringing in new business after installing three Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS 1250 black-and-white production printers and a Graphtec FC8600-160 contour cutter.
The University of Scranton’s Printing and Mailing Services has undergone a reboot and transformation of its operation in the wake of former director Ray Burd’s tragic, untimely passing. A wealth of new equipment and capabilities has continued Burd’s quest to serve the university’s overall mission.
Switching to production inkjet printing enabled Physicians Mutual to save customers money on printing