GRAPHCO Announces FIVE New Ryobi Installations in Kentucky
Press release from the issuing company
Sept. 23, 2004 -- Graphco, one of the leading printing equipment dealers in the Midwest, announced the recent installations of five Ryobi presses in the “Blue Grass State”.
Louisville, KY-- Derby Printing added to their color capability by the installation of a Ryobi 3302 two-color press. Russ Kingberger said, “The increased capacity will allow Derby to improve the turnaround time for present customers”. In addition to the new press, Derby has renovated its office and press area. Mr. Kingberger continued, “with all of the changes we wanted to provide a clean and professional environment for our customers and employees.
Lexington, KY-- Lexington Printing recently installed a Ryobi 3302 two-color press. The new machine will fill the need for response to customer’s high quality. quick print requirement. The degree of automation and user-friendly features means operators complete more jobs faster. Lexington Printing is owned by the King Family and has a long history of quality printing services for a prestigious customer base.
Morehead, KY-- The Good Shepherd’s Printing Service is fast becoming eastern Kentucky’s top printing company. Good Shepherd, which operates on the internet as WePrintForLess.com, recently installed a complete DCPS from Graphco. The system consists of a Ryobi 525 HX five-color press with aqueous coater and a Mitsubishi DPX Computer-to-Plate unit. Jeff Fannin is excited with his new installation and looks forward to continue to print for less.
Louisville, KY-- Welch Printing is a full service commercial printer with a reputation for quality work. Over twenty years ago, Welch Printing select Ryobi as their small press of choice. This proved to be an economic success. With an initial investment of less than $20,000, the Ryobi press ran over 70 million impressions. It recently reached retirement age and has been replaced by a new Ryobi 3200 CD press. It may be another twenty years before this press is replaced.
Louisville, KY-- Allegra Print and Imaging has installed a new Ryobi 3304HA from Graphco. The Ryobi four-color, automated press combined with the Mitsubishi DPX unit forms the DCPS. Allegra, owned by Denise Spalding and Jennifer Eberle, ranks among the top of the Allegra operations nationally. Their success was recently highlighted in Printing Impression magazine. Denise and Jennifer were in the cover of the issue that highlights successful women in printing. Allegra works with some of Louisville’s largest companies including advertising agencies. Allegra’s professional staff specializes in quick turnaround and advanced four-color work.
For more information, contact William D. Manley at 1-800-458-2769.
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