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Heidelberg Presses Used To Win More Than Half Of In-Print 2003 Awards

Monday, July 28, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

KENNESAW, Ga. – July 28, 2003 – Heidelberg presses were used to print more than 40 of the winning entries in this year's In-Print 2003 contest, which awards printers for exemplary work in several categories, including brochures, stationery, folders and direct mail pieces. In-Print 2003 is an annual contest sponsored by In-Plant Graphics Magazine and the International Publishing Management Association (IPMA) that honors in-plant printers around the country for high-quality work. The majority of this year’s winners – 41 out of 70 – printed their winning entries on Heidelberg presses -- both digital and traditional offset. Among them, the University of Missouri, which took home the Best in Show award for its entry, a 70-page chancellor's annual report with color and black-and-white photos that was printed on a Heidelberg Speedmaster SM 102. Another Heidelberg customer, Louisiana State University (LSU), was the biggest winner, taking home eight awards, including three first place honors. LSU used a Heidelberg NexPress 2100 and a classic Heidelberg SORK-Z press to create flyers, special projects and greeting cards/programs. Many other Heidelberg customers were also winners, including: Washington State University, the University of Texas Health Science Center, the University of Minnesota, Sunkist Growers, Vanderbilt University, Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance, Ernst & Young Product Sales, Michigan State University, Western-Southern Life Insurance, Boeing Company, Anheuser Busch Companies, LDS Church Printing Division, University of Cincinnati and Brigham Young University. The World Bank won first place in the non-offset category for both brochures and direct mail using a Heidelberg NexPress 2100. The winners were announced during the awards banquet at the International Publishing Management Association (IPMA) conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, last month.




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