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Ginny's Printing Consolidates, installs two heidelberg presses

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

KENNESAW, Ga. – November 5, 2008 – Hoping to increase efficiency and maintain the quality results that its customers have come to expect, Ginny's Printing in Austin, Texas is consolidating its operations from two locations to one. The company has just installed two new Heidelberg presses to handle the work of five older presses, which have now been traded in or sold. "We only seriously considered Heidelberg when looking to upgrade our offset press capabilities," General Manager Michael Martin said. "We feel like Heidelberg is our partner for sheetfed offset business."

The two new presses, an 8-color Speedmaster SM 102 perfector and a 6-color Speedmaster CD 102 with coater, will handle all of the work that used to run on five separate presses – and eventually surpass that total. "We will run the new presses at full speed for three shifts, increasing our capacity and productivity," Martin said. The installation and training by Heidelberg have both gone smoothly, and Ginny's Printing is eager to complete the transition into one facility. The company's advanced technology has upgraded the pressroom as well as the bindery – including a new Stahlfolder from Heidelberg, installed in January, and the upcoming delivery of a third Heidelberg Speedmaster SM 52 press, which will be installed later this summer.

Founded in 1971, Ginny's Printing has 230 employees and serves a diverse client base located in the greater Austin and San Antonio areas. "We will handle projects ranging from $10 to $10,000 in one day," Martin said. Ginny's Printing prides itself on customer service, and continues to grow and evolve with the help of Heidelberg.

 

 

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