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New Plant, New Gear in San Bernardino
April 2014

Big changes are taking place at the San Bernardino Community College District. The in-plant there recently added new computer-to-plate, cutting and creasing equipment, and is set to move into a new facility that’s three times the size of the old
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New Digs, New Gear for South Dakota In-plant
February 2014

When Regional Health Printing Services moved into its new facility on the eastern edge of Rapid City, S.D., in October, the in-plant got more than just larger quarters; it gained a much smoother workflow, which has been paying dividends in
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Church Mutual Expands Into Four-color
July 2013

“The demand for two-color has definitely declined over the years,” remarks Ryan Podeweltz, production print supervisor at Church Mutual Insurance Co. As a result, the one- and two-color Hamada presses at the Merrill, Wis., in-plant were no longer as busy
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A New World
June 2013

Stepping into The World Bank’s bright, spacious Printing & Multimedia Services operation on the outskirts of Washington, D.C., one is immediately struck by how much this in-plant has advanced from its days in the basement of the Bank’s downtown D.C.
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An Accidental Printer
May 2013

Tina Gray has managed the Oklahoma Department of Human Services' in-plant for 10 years, and she couldn't be happier. With a solid staff and an unforeseen passion for printing, Gray says the joys of the job outweigh the challenges by
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World Bank Adds Inkjet Press
April 2013

The World Bank’s Printing & Multimedia Services operation has become one of the first in-plants to install a production inkjet press. Last month, the 42-employee in-plant fired up an HP T230 Color Inkjet Web Press in its Landover, Md., facility,
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Preparing for a New Press
April 2013

A sheetfed offset press is a big purchase for any in-plant. We talked with four managers who purchased presses in the past couple years to find out how they evaluated equipment, what they learned from the buying process and whether
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Borderline Victory: DI Press Brings Work In-house
March 2013

It's a familiar story: an organization needs the space occupied by its in-plant, so the in-plant is sent packing. Most of the time no studies are done on whether this is a cost-effective plan; an administrator just makes the call,
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From Temp to Manager
February 2013

Moving from California to Iowa is a big change. But in 1988, Lori Fuller was ready for it. "I was kind of tired of California and the fast pace," says Fuller, now manager of Printing Services at the University of
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Computer-to-plate Update
February 1, 2013

Here's a look at some of the latest computer-to-plate technology available to in-plants from companies like Fujifilm, Glunz & Jensen, Heidelberg, Kodak, Presstek, Xanté and more.
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Prime Data Adds Digital Offset Press
January 18, 2013

Prime Data has installed a Presstek 52DI digital offset press to reduce both the amount of print it outsources and its environmental footprint. "We were introduced to the Presstek 52DI and Presstek’s position on environmental sustainability at Graphics Canada in
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New Distributor of Presstek Presses and CTP
January 11, 2013

Presstek Inc. has entered into an agreement with Graphic Innovators (Elk Grove, IL) for the distribution of Presstek DI digital offset presses and CTP systems in the United States, Mexico and Brazil. “Graphic Innovators has strong relationships with many larger
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Villanova Moves Ahead
January 2013

For nearly 60 years, Villanova University Graphic Services operated out of one of the most unique facilities in the industry: an old house. Once a residence and later a dormitory, the building had 12 rooms, eight of which housed the
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Sticking to It
January 2013

At Tyson Foods, Inc., all management personnel, including CEO Donnie Smith, are birds of a uniform feather. "We all wear khaki to show that we are working managers and not afraid to get our hands dirty," reports Russell Gayer, manager
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New DI Press at University of Colorado
January 2013

Since overseeing the installation of a Presstek 34DI digital offset press last July, Al Goranson, manager of Imaging Services at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has achieved his goal of taking in more long-run, full-color work. “As our volume
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New DI Press at UT Pan American
December 7, 2012

Printing Services at The University of Texas Pan American has installed a new Presstek 34DI digital offset press to address the demand for affordable four-color printing and to reduce the amount of print the university outsources. Located in Edinburg, Texas,
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NYC Department of Health In-plant Flooded
December 1, 2012

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s satellite print center in Brooklyn was flooded with 12 feet of water during Hurricane Sandy.
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Sandy Casualties Continue: NYC Department of Health In-plant Flooded
November 16, 2012

With Hurricane Sandy leaving vast areas without power for weeks, it's been difficult to get news about the fate of some New York City in-plants, but IPG just learned of another major casualty from the storm. The New York City
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Acquisition of Presstek Completed
November 2, 2012

Presstek Inc. reported that its acquisition by an affiliate of American Industrial Partners Capital Fund IV (AIP) has been finalized. AIP is an operationally oriented, middle-market private-equity firm. Presstek’s shareholders will receive $0.50 in cash for each share of common
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Graph Expo: A Digital Printing Redux
November 2012

At Graph Expo, digital press vendors highlighted their workflow and digital front end capabilities, enabling everything from transpromotional and variable data printing to ganging of smaller jobs into longer production runs. The emphasis was on automation, personalization and run-length optimization.
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Graph Expo: 'Heavy Iron'Comes Up Light
November 2012

Gone are the days when sheetfed offset presses dominated the Graph Expo show floor. The high costs involved to ship and set up a large, multicolor offset press at a show—coupled with a dearth of revolutionary technology developments to showcase—makes
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Expanding into Four-color
November 2012

A year and a half ago, the University of Southern Indiana's Publishing Services operation was outsourcing 75 to 85 percent of its four-color work. This bothered Terri Bischoff, assistant director of Publishing Services, at the Evansville, Ind., school. She knew
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Government Printers Rendezvous in the Rockies
October 2012

State government printers from around the country assembled in Denver last month for the 35th annual National Government Publishing Association (NGPA) conference. About 30 government attendees took part in the three-day event, which was titled "Exceptional Government and the Power
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Penn State Adds DI Press
October 2012

Quality, efficiency and cost. Those were the three areas that Penn State University’s Multimedia & Print Center (MPC) sought to improve when it recently installed a new Presstek 52DI digital offset press.
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New DI Press at UC-Boulder
September 21, 2012

When Imaging Services at the University of Colorado at Boulder installed an HP Indigo 3050 six years ago, it certainly opened a few doors for the nine-employee in-plant. Customers started sending the shop their short-run color jobs almost right away.
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DI Press a Boon for Indiana In-plant
September 7, 2012

Due to a growing demand for four-color work, the University of Southern Indiana’s Publishing Services operation installed a Presstek 52DI digital offset press. The 11-employee in-plant, based in Evansville, Ind., had been outsourcing much of this work, which it couldn't
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What to Watch For at Graph Expo
September 2012

Fujifilm will show the J Press 720 inkjet press. Heidelberg will present Prinect Digital Workflow Integration. New features for the Kodak NexPress platform will be shown.
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Presstek to Be Acquired by Affiliate of American Industrial Partners
August 24, 2012

Presstek Inc. has entered into a definitive merger agreement under which it would be acquired by MAI Holdings, an entity affiliated with American Industrial Partners (AIP) Capital Fund IV. “AIP is no stranger to our industry. One of its portfolio
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ACUP Energizes Harrisburg
June 2012

Held in the sleepy state capital of Harrisburg, Pa., in late April, the 47th annual Association of College and University Printers conference brought together nearly 100 higher-ed in-plant managers from all corners of the country—and from four other countries.
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drupa Showcases New Digital Technologies
June 2012

Taking place only once every four years, the drupa international printing trade fair is a huge show. By the time it wrapped up its two-week stint in Düsseldorf, Germany, last month 314,500 visitors from more than 130 countries had walked
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Address Hygiene Saves Print Costs in Colorado
February 2012

When Colorado merged its print and mail operations with its document imaging/data entry units in 2005, the state was looking to increase efficiency and save money. Under the direction of Manager Mike Lincoln, the resulting Integrated Document Solutions (IDS) unit
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New Gear, New Capabilities for City Shop
February 2012

Since installing a Rollem Auto 4 numbering system, the City of Spokane's in-plant can now do numbering for a variety of print jobs, including forms for the parks and recreation department and booklets for various city agencies.
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Hot Products: Computer-to-Plate
February 2012

A highlight of new computer-to-plate solutions from Agfa, Fujifilm, Glunz & Jensen, Heidelberg, Kodak, Mitsubishi Imaging, Screen (USA), Presstek and Xanté.
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Slow Recovery from Fast Flood
January 1, 2012

Like most of the East Coast, Jim Lyons braced for Hurricane Irene last August. Unlike most Easterners, though, his in-plant at the State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz is only now recovering from the resulting catastrophe.
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A New Lease on Life
November 2011

In the summer of 2010, Leslie Rutledge moved from her position at San Diego State University, where she was manager of ReproGraphics, to head up the Graphic Services department at Brown University, in Providence, R.I. "Prior to my arrival, the
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Graph Expo: A Glimpse of Printing’s Future
October 2011

JUDGING BY the number of in-plant managers walking the Graph Expo show floor last month, there are quite a few in-plants itching to leave the recession behind and get busy adding equipment. The show gave them plenty to ogle, too,
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Church Enjoys In-house Advantage
October 2011

THE AFRICAN Methodist Episcopal Church (AMEC) Sunday School Union has been in continuous operation for 127 years, making it one of the oldest continuously operating black publishing companies in America. Located in Nashville, Tenn., it publishes a range of items
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Building a Better In-plant
September 2011

One of the more exciting acquisitions for the Print Solutions department at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee in 2011 was a new four-color Presstek 75DI digital offset press with an aqueous coater. It joined the Print Solutions family in May.
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University of Essex Adds DI Press, CTP
August 1, 2011

At the beginning of 2011, the in-plant at U.K.-based University of Essex, in Wivenhoe Park, rebranded itself as Print Essex. The 13-employee shop then strategically targeted a broader range of customers including those in the commercial market.
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Graph Expo is Almost Here
July 2011

When Graph Expo 2011 kicks off in Chicago on September 11, in-plant managers who walk the floor at McCormick Place will notice one big difference from last year: the resurgence of offset printing. True, there were presses at last year's
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On Demand 2011: Digital Innovations in D.C.
May 2011

Now in its 18th year, the On Demand Conference and Exposition tried something new this time when it moved south of the Mason-Dixon line to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Not everyone was happy with the