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Kansa Technology Installs Kansa 320 Inserter at Cal Poly

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

SAN LUIS OBISPO (January 12, 2009) -- Kansa Technology has installed a Kansa 320 Inserter in Cal Poly’s Graphic Communication Department, providing students with the latest technology in newspaper inserters and related material handling equipment.
The Kansa inserter supports the university’s Goss International Web Printing Laboratory, which houses a Goss Community four-high publication press. In addition to teaching web publication printing, the Graphic Communication Department runs an experiential student-run and managed printing and publishing company, University Graphic Systems. This enterprise allows students to produce the Mustang Daily, the nation’s only student-produced daily newspaper in full color.
“The Kansa 320 Inserter will allow the Mustang Daily to grow with special supplements covering university events,” said Harvey Levenson, head of the Graphic Communication Department. “At Cal Poly we fully realize the plight of newspapers and the fierce competition the medium faces from electronic media. Yet, we are aware of the importance of newspapers and the quality of information that only print provides. Through the maintenance of a modern web press laboratory, supported by industry leaders such as Goss and Kansa, we are committed to helping preserve newspapers as a leading source of quality information for informing the public.”
Jerry Waddell, CEO of Kansa Technology, LLC, said, “We recognize the great work that Cal Poly’s Graphic Communication Department has done to promote and educate its students in the graphic arts and are happy to be a part of that experience.”




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