Sakurai USA recently hosted one of its most successful open house events to date, attracting representatives from more than 60 companies to its headquarters in Schaumburg, Ill.
Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ April 2013 edition, featuring Diversified Graphic Machinery (DGM), KBA North America, Mohawk, Prime UV Systems, Vecoplan LLC, ILFORD and CMA Graphix Group, Sakurai and Scodix Ltd.
Introduced at Graph Expo, the new four-color Meteor DP8700 multi-substrate digital press from MGI Digital Graphic Technology, supports up to a 13x40˝ sheet (13x47˝ with manual bypass) and prints up to 71 ppm (letter-size) with a maximum 3,600 dpi resolution.
When University of Alabama President Dr. Witt took the Crimson Tide's reins in 2003, enrollment stood at 19,000. His aggressive growth initiative has resulted in a nearly 100 percent enrollment increase to 35,000 this past fall. In an age of multi-channel marketing, it was the humble yet time-tested success of printed recruiting materials that played a significant role in the population surge at Tuscaloosa, Ala.'s legendary 180-year-old institution.
Since Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast in 2005, hurricane preparedness in the region has gone to a whole new level. The Mississippi Department of Transportation is making a concerted effort to keep its Gulf Coast residents aware of what to do in the event of an approaching storm by raising awareness in the coastal region.
Sakurai recently hosted a successful Open House & Vendor Trade fair in its Schaumburg, Ill., headquarters to celebrate its 65th year in business and 20th year as a U.S. Corporation. The Open House featured offset and screen press demonstrations, technology seminars, a barbecue and raffle prizes donated by Sakurai vendors and suppliers.
Sakurai will mark its 65th year in business and 20th anniversary as a U.S. corporation with a summer Open House and Vendor Tradefair next Thursday. The latest offset and screen press technologies will be on display all day August 12, from 10 AM to 7:30 PM, at Sakurai's headquarters in Schaumburg, Ill.
University of Alabama's director of Printing Services Bill May has served the Crimison Tide with pride for more than 23 years.
Sakurai USA, Inc. will be demonstrating its family of fully automated offset and screen cylinder presses as well as feature special plate technologies during its summer Demo Days Open House events from 10 AM to 6 PM on Wednesday, July 29th and Thursday, July 30th, 2009 at the Sakurai Headquarters in Schaumburg, IL.
JUSTIFYING NEW equipment on paper is one thing, but real-world verification is far more satisfying. For Jim Sebes that happened not long ago when a customer of the Cuyahoga County Central Services Printing and Reproduction (CSPR) Division asked for a quote on 50,000 single-color, one-sided documents, to be run on the in-plant’s two-color Sakurai press. A local copy shop also made a bid. The customer’s eyes nearly bulged at the result. “They couldn’t believe the price difference,” recalls Sebes, senior printing coordinator for the eight-employee in-plant. It was $1,400 cheaper to print the job on his in-plant’s offset press. This incident only underscored the