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American Litho Purchases Mitsubishi Diamond 6000LX

Monday, January 07, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

CAROL STREAM, Ill. - American Litho, Inc., a premier Illinois-based commercial printer, has purchased a Mitsubishi Diamond 6000LX sheetfed press designed for board and thin paper stock. Slated for installation in January 2013, the seven-color, 56-inch press with inline ultraviolet (UV) curing will join a large stable of heatset and coldset web, sheetfed and digital presses at American Litho's headquarters facility in Carol Stream, Ill.

The Diamond 6000LX features a maximum sheet size of 40 15/16 x 56 11/16 inches. After the Diamond 6000LX has been installed, American Litho will be able to efficiently print on stock ranging in thickness from 0.004 inches to 0.040 inches. By ordering the press equipped with interstation UV-curing capabilities, the company can offer the ability to print on a wide variety of substrates and use different effective coating techniques on packaging, point-of-purchase-displays and other specialty products.

American Litho, founded in 1994, has a reputation as a cutting-edge firm that meets its customers' diverse needs. American Litho collaborates with more than 2,000 clients worldwide to produce creative solutions on a broad portfolio of high-quality print communications and related services, including retail inserts, direct mail, catalogs and publications.

For more information about the Diamond 6000LX and other Mitsubishi sheetfed presses, contact MLP U.S.A. at (410) 584-7990 or visit www.mlpusa.com.


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