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February 2015

February 2015

In-plant Paycheck Comparison

Our 2015 salary survey reveals that managers’ salaries have risen 9.9 percent over the past two years, and the median salary has jumped $10,000....

Current Features

An Educational Enterprise

With a renewed customer focus and education as its top priority, the Auxiliary Services department for Salem-Keizer Public Schools rebounded from years of budget reductions....

The Perks of Print-to-Post

Ten years ago, half of all in-plants oversaw the mailing operations at their parent organizations; today that figure has crept up to nearly two-thirds. And why shouldn’t it? Many of the items in-plants print end up in the mail stream. ...

A Big Win in Vegas

David Pearson doesn't gamble, a seemingly odd admission from the director of Print and Mail Services at Station Casinos, one of Las Vegas' most popular casinos for locals. But for Pearson, his 16 years at Station have been more about bringing...

Temple Brings Booklet Binding In-house

For years, Temple University Digital Document Services reported to Business Services, and getting approval for new equipment was a challenge. Then a curious thing happened at the Philadelphia university about a year ago....

Increased Automation at Woman's Hospital

Graphic Services at Woman's Hospital in Baton Rouge, LA was in need of a more automated option to replace its old folder. It found exactly that with the Standard Horizon AFC-566A....

Bindery Upgrades Save Time and Money for AEP

Printing about 4 million offset and digital impressions a year, American Electric Power (AEP) Workplace Services is a busy in-plant. In addition to printing, the shop processes 285,000 pieces of incoming/outgoing mail a year, and oversees the design and order fulfillment...

No Cracks with New Creaser

When cracking appeared in a Christmas card that his in-plant produced for the university president, John Keating knew it was time to bring a new creaser on board....

A Cleaner Cut in Hartford

You never realize how important a paper cutter is to your in-plant until it breaks down. That's something Mario Maselli learned very quickly in September when his shop's old MBM Triumph 721-06 LT cutter stopped working. Production in his three-employee...

Wire Binding a Hit

While at PRINT 13, the manager of an in-plant at a Midwestern energy company saw a demo of the Sterling Digipunch and Rilecart WB-450 double loop wire binder at the Spiel Associates booth and was impressed. So last spring the...

From the Editor: The Value of Adding Value

For years now we’ve encouraged in-plant managers to add new services to their repertoires, so they can increase the value they bring to their organizations. We did it again last month, with a feature story highlighting some of the unique...

Hot Products

Hot products for in-plants from companies including Riso, Canon U.S.A., Xanté, Fujifilm North America, Roland, Heidelberg, On Demand Machinery and Agfa Graphics...

Literature

Literature for in-plant printers from companies including Neenah Paper, International Paper, Appleton Coated, InfoTrends, PRIMIR, Mohawk, and CTI Paper USA...