After having quality and reliability issues with their previous press manufacturer, the Wall, New Jersey Minuteman Press invested in a Xerox Versant 80. It’s been smooth sailing ever since.
In 2005, a small Danish-printer with 25 employees installed their first Xerox iGen 3 Production Press. Ten years later, that iGen celebrates its 120 millionth color print for one of the largest printing houses in Scandinavia.
Replacing aging equipment is common at most print shops—and it can present a great opportunity to improve the business by increasing productivity and automation. See how this printer is capitalizing.
After investing in a Xerox Versant 2100 Press, print and marketing services provider Unique Litho has seen new applications and opportunities open. Read their first-hand experiences.
Do you grimace when your customers say, “I didn’t know you did that”? While many struggle to spread the word about themselves, these 5 printers have thrived. Hear their incredible stories!
A story of adversity, heroism and friendship: See how print is reuniting a former Vietnam POW with the man who shot down his plane nearly fifty years ago.
Everyone puts “outstanding customer service” on their websites, but these companies really live it out.
How did this in-plant save more than $2.3 million in operational improvements and increase print volumes by 45%? By adopting an automated workflow and transitioning from offset to digital print technology.
What would it mean for your business to complete jobs 40 times faster than you do now? Two print providers, Capital Graphics and Jyske Bank, share their experiences with the Xerox Wide Format IJP 2000 in advance of FESPA.
InfoTrends expects digital printing of folding cartons to increase at a CAGR of 58% between 2013 and 2018, reaching a print value of about $664 million by 2018. It’s no wonder many service providers see this as a key area of opportunity. See how McBattas Packaging and Printing is taking full advantage.