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Data-Mail, Inc. Upgrades Capabilities with Six-Color Komori Lithrone G40 with H-UV™

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Komori’s GL640 answers customer requirements for value-added color and fast turnaround 

ROLLING MEADOWS, IL - Komori America, a premier manufacturer of sheetfed and web offset printing presses, announced that Data-Mail Inc., one of the nation’s largest full-service direct mail production companies and one of the largest employers in Central CT, has installed a new six-color Lithrone G40 with H-UV™ (GL640). In just six short months, the GL640’s innovative automation and environmental efficiencies have resulted in Data-Mail increasing its production by 60 percent, decreasing makeready time by 30 percent and reducing waste by 50 percent.

“Our clients’ growing requirements for higher quality color, shorter runs and more value-added coatings made it time for us to invest in new technology. Komori’s press outperformed the competition when it came to features, reliability and price,” said T.J. Smith, director of print services for Data-Mail Inc. “The GL640 is a high performance press that delivers energy and labor savings as well as making it possible to produce the quality output and fast turnaround our clients need.”

The Lithrone G40 features cutting edge automation, including Komori’s revolutionary KHS-AI intelligent software with self learning and automatic plate changing that minimize set-up time and waste, enabling Data-Mail to produce shorter run work profitably and with the highest level of image and color quality. Data-Mail’s new press is equipped with Komori’s H-UVsystem to further drive efficiency and print quality. H-UV is an innovative curing system developed by Komori as one of its many products designed to improve overall pressroom efficiency.

 

Data-Mail Inc. is an innovative manufacturer of direct marketing materials that is actively responding to the growing demand for photo-quality print on a variety of substrates,” said Jacki Hudmon, senior vice president of sales for Komori America. “We expect this market-differentiating trend to continue as more and more print providers realize the benefits they can reap from the ability to produce dramatic special effects while still significantly improving efficiency and job turnaround times.”

 

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