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Brown Printing Purchases Xerox Nuvera 314

Monday, October 14, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Waseca, MN – Brown Printing Company today announced the acquisition of its first digital press – the Xerox Nuvera® 314EA Perfecting Production System. The new high speed variable data press enables Brown to offer its clients excellent print quality, personalization, content customization, on-demand printing, and fast turnaround times. 

Terrie Hansen, CTIE, Senior Vice President of Marketing for Virtuoso, LTD – a new partner of Brown – plans to use the press’s capabilities to customize content. “Virtuoso is excited to join forces with Brown Printing Company where we have found the collaborative environment we thrive on, supported by the state-of-the-art capabilities we need to produce our high quality publications. The recent acquisition of a new variable data digital press, combined with their expansive expertise and extraordinary customer service, makes Brown the perfect printing partner with whom Virtuoso can build a strong and lasting alliance.”

“The installation of this new press is an exciting step for Brown into digital printing. As the digital print industry develops, Brown will remain at the cutting edge of technology in order to continually serve our clients’ needs,” stated Mike Amundson, President & CEO, Brown Printing Company. “Our philosophy is to continuously invest in state-of-the-art manufacturing platforms, and this new press is an excellent addition to our capabilities.”

Installation of the Xerox Nuvera 314 press in Brown’s Waseca, MN facility began in September 2013 and production will begin in October.


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