Though digital printing continues to grow at in-plants, some shops retain healthy offset printing operations. Recently, three of those in-plants were honored with In-Print Best of Show awards for the quality of their printing.
In his session at the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association conference, John Yerger emphasized the benefits of using G7 methodology to ensure color consistency across all an in-plant’s printing devices.
Every manager has heard someone say it: “I didn’t know we had a print shop.” Constant turnover in the organization creates a never-ending need to market your in-plant’s services. Here are some ideas to keep your in-plant top of mind.
When will an inkjet production press make its way into your in-plant? The technology is advancing steadily, and a handful of in-plants have already invested in it, but for most managers, inkjet means wide-format, not high volumes and high speeds.