A few short years ago Schneider Electric outsourced most of its printing. But as it gradually brought one application after another in-house, an in-plant was born. It’s now a thriving operation housed in a brand new facility.
From providing all university signage to producing the variable data mailings that bring in students, Western Carolina University Printing and Mailing Services is making a valuable contribution to its institution.
When it’s not printing the manuals and wiring diagrams that support Lennox Industries’ heating, cooling and refrigeration systems, the manufacturing company’s in-plant looks for new ways to save money.
For nearly 40 years, Bill Erickson has proudly provided quality printing for Woolrich Inc., earning respect from the highest levels.
When Christine Perunko saw a Duplo DC-646 slitter/cutter/creaser in action, she knew the device was exactly what her in-plant needed.
Spectronics’ in-plant takes the same engineering-oriented, problem-solving approach to its work as the manufacturing company it serves.
As she prepares to retire after managing the University of Houston’s in-plant for nearly two decades, Sally Rowland-Ketley reflects on her career.
Trevecca Nazarene University has a digital print shop that produces everything from tests to full-blown marketing campaigns. The in-plant was not always successful, though. In 2013, the shop was filled with older copy machines, which were so outdated the university was considering closing the shop. Then something happened to change all that.
Tammy Golden wanted to work in the music business. But unbeknownst to her, printing blood was running through her veins. She is now leading the State of Tennessee’s Communication, Publishing and Distribution department.