Two in-plant networking meetings brought managers to Salt Lake City in early November where they toured the in-plants at Intermountain Healthcare and DMBA.
Salt Lake City
As one of the world’s largest in-plants, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ 350-employee Printing Division has some impressive equipment in its Salt Lake City facility. The sound of its Timson and manroland web presses fills the air on a typical day as they crank out long-run jobs for distribution around the world.
Like many children of his generation, Rob Lingard had dreams of becoming a cowboy. Some aspired to be firemen or football players, but Lingard held visions of becoming the next Gene Autry.
The Printing Division of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City has earned the prestigious 2012 IPMA Management Award. This is presented by the In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association annually to an outstanding corporate publishing and distribution operation that excels in efficient management practices to further the objectives of its parent organization.
At age 14, Steven Rigby became an Eagle Scout, the highest achievement in the Boy Scouts of America program. As he completed the final leap to the top of the Scouting ranks, he also took his first step toward a top-notch career in printing.
Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, announced that it is one of the sponsors of the third Individuated News Conference (INC3) as part of the company's continued support of the evolving newspaper publishing model. Océ is the market leader in short-run digital newspaper printing, with 98 percent of the world's contracted newspapers running on Océ presses. The global conference runs June 24-26, 2009 and will be hosted at The Washington Times facility in Washington, D.C. Other INC3 sponsors include Newspapers & Technology magazine and Accrisoft Software.