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Pentzer Printing Becomes Full Service Design, Printing and Mailing Operation

Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Pentzer Printing in Columbus is completing its transition to a full-service design, printing and mailing operation by installing a new tabbing machine, six-station envelope inserter and ink jet addressing printer.

The tabbing machine can affix two tabs on one side of a piece and one on the other side in one pass through the machine. The envelope inserter handles mailings in most shapes and sizes including brochures, magazines and flat sheets. And the ink jet addresser prints addresses and indicia that substitutes for stamps.

Formerly, Pentzer sent many of those steps to other vendors. Pentzer Printing’s three new machines round out a complete mailing operation that already includes equipment for personalizing direct mail and mail list sorting software to take advantage of available postal discounts.

Pentzer Printing COO John Settle says, “Installing and using our new equipment is making us a better resource for our customers. They also like the certainty that we control the schedule for their job, so we are even more able to hit their deadlines.”

Pentzer Printing is a full service sheetfed and digital printing company located in Columbus, Indiana. Pentzer Printing produces communications products such as one-and full-color brochures, annual reports, business cards, web designs and promotional products. 

Pentzer Printing’s new equipment includes an Accufast ET tabber, Pitney Bowes DI600 envelope inserter/sealer and a Secap SA5300 Pro ink-jet address printer. 

Pentzer Printing also recently added a Xerox Color 800 digital printing press to its lineup to produce offset-quality printing for short runs at reasonable prices.

College professor O.W. Pentzer founded Pentzer Printing in 1902 to print his own poetry.



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