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 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.
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.
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.
To take advantage of new value-added opportunities, Cedarville University’s in-plant has made major investments into contour cutting, flatbed printing, and engraving.