Wide-format printing has taken off at the University of New Hampshire and now accounts for more than a quarter of the in-plant’s revenue.
Though he planned to become an architect, the pull of printing was strong and eventually led Vernon Goodner into the in-plant world.
After eight years as a Xerox user, Tacoma Public Schools Printing & Graphics has switched to Ricoh. In June, the Tacoma, Washington, operation installed a Ricoh Pro C7210 to replace its Xerox Versant 80.
Though Katy Folk-Way directs one of the largest university in-plants, print and mail aren’t her only priorities. Sustainability and the well-being of her staff are two of her primary focuses.
Having watched his in-plant progress over nearly five decades, Rich Trottier is proud of the work he has done to support the teachers of Lakeland Union High School.
After redesigning its postal operation and upgrading it with the latest systems, East Tennessee State University Postal and Passport Services has leveraged its new efficiency to bring time and cost savings to the university.
Adding inkjet and other digital printing equipment is saving time, increasing productivity, and expanding opportunities for an in-plant that’s had its share of challenges during the pandemic.
Providing all the printing for a large grocery chain is a challenging task, but the four-person in-plant team at Coborn’s Inc. does it with style, spoiling its customers with fast service.
Being a leader means never sitting still, which is why Brigham Young University Print and Mail keeps reinventing itself. With an inkjet press in place, and another in its sights, the country’s largest university in-plant is planning for even more growth.
Print today is more than ink on paper: it’s ink on metal, glass, ceramic, and other substrates. But like adding any new service, there are different considerations with these applications, including the technologies involved, and what markets and trends are driving these opportunities.
As part of its “digital revolution,” the Progressive Group of Insurance Companies has installed four inkjet presses in its two in-plant operations in Cleveland and Colorado Springs.
When considering soft signage and other wide-format fabric applications, both direct-to-fabric printing and dye-sublimation transfer are viable options. But which will work best for the applications your in-plant has in mind?
Last week, PRINTING United Alliance’s CI Ready! virtual event presented the foundational principles of continuous improvement, along with tips for its implementation and real-world examples in a series of daily one-hour sessions.
Having transitioned Ohio University Printing Services to a digital operation, Blaine Gabriel continues to ensure the decisions he makes are backed by research and buy-in from his staff.
Businesses should take full advantage of their window space, and make sure their signage, posters, window clings, and fabric displays are fully branded with the appropriate colors and messaging