One of the largest, busiest, and oldest in-plants in the world, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Printing Division is navigating a shift from large quantities to smaller, more frequent runs.
Though he planned to become an architect, the pull of printing was strong and eventually led Vernon Goodner into the in-plant world.
By broadening its range of services, CHRISTUS Health Print Services has been able to double its facility size and become an indispensable resource for the health system.
A shift in the type of printing it is being asked to do has inspired Kishwaukee College Printing and Mail Services to upgrade its wide-format printing capabilities and add a new digital color printer with in-line binding.
The Chino Valley Unified School District’s in-plant has seen dramatic increases in efficiency and savings since implementing a Web-to-print system.
With a vast collection of printed materials on its shelves, the Library of Congress clearly values print. Nowhere is this more evident than inside its busy Printing Services operation.
Mailing 30 million pieces annually, the State of Tennessee’s busy Document Services operation never stops looking for ways to improve efficiency, make life easier for customers, and save the state money.
With a brand new facility and a new four-color offset press with LED-UV curing, the Texas Department of Transportation’s in-plant is set for a more efficient, more productive future.
Working in the entertainment business is not all fun and games, but for the in-plants at these venues, enjoyment comes from printing pieces that enhance the experiences of guests.
With its old Print MIS no longer sufficient, and several position vacancies to cover, Washington State University’s in-plant drastically improved its automation by implementing a new Print MIS.