Temple University Duplicating Services has installed what may be the highest Xerox iGen4 in the city of Philadelphia.
Temple University Duplicating Services has installed what may be the highest Xerox iGen4 in the city of Philadelphia—and possibly the region. In February the 11-employee in-plant fired up its new digital color press on the 10th floor of Temple's Wachman Hall.
Last month, Ricoh’s Production Printing Business Group (PPBG) brought a dozen in-plant managers to Milwaukee for its annual In-plant Advisory Council meeting. Attendees toured the world-class Briggs and Stratton in-plant and attended two days of meetings, during which they were asked for opinions and feedback on new Ricoh products, services and strategic directions.
Editor, I am writing this long overdue acknowledgement to you in appreciation for all your efforts and your publication's on behalf of in-plant printers. It was with great pleasure I read your recent articles on the Association of College and University Printers and the International Publishing Management Association conferences, both held in Philadelphia this spring. Your support for those of us behind the scenes is invaluable. Your feature on the University of Delaware's outstanding achievement was a well-deserved special tribute to Rodney Brown and his staff. Thank you for your editorials that keep our value in the forefront of your magazine. I hope
The National Association of College Auxiliary Services took a close look at campus print and mail operations at its recent meeting. By Ray and Catherine Chambers Managers eager to learn more about running print and mail operations got a real education at the recent National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) meeting, held at Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis. A two-day workshop for auxiliary directors, business managers and others responsible for print and mail operations drew more than 45 participants. Entitled "Understanding Campus Print and Mail Operations: Tools for Effective Management," the workshop covered organizational issues for print and mail, financial planning, marketing, the
Maury Kane decided long ago to leave offset behind and model his in-plant after the retail operations on Temple University's campus. By Kristen E. Monte While many university in-plants focus on forms and letterhead, Temple University Duplicating Services is competing with the retail copy shops congregating on its North Philadelphia campus. The main reason the 10-employee in-plant is able to do this is because its director, Maury Kane, has spent the past 17 years revamping the in-plant, and turning it into a full service facility. Kane was born and raised in Philadelphia, and after graduating from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Humanities,