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Wright Business GraphicsAdds New 40" Komori Lithrone G Series Press

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

PORTLAND, OR - Wright Business Graphics announced today that it has added a new Komori Lithrone G-Series press in its Kent, WA facility.  

“We are excited to bring Komori’s most technologically advanced, eco-friendly sheet fed, commercial printing press to the Seattle market”, said Gordon Klepec, VP of Sales and Marketing.  “The larger format press offers our distributors a rare, trade-only source for high quality commercial printing.” 

The Komori Lithrone G40 is the ultimate high performance printing machine delivering automation and standardization the industry has come to expect.  State-of-the-art technology and decades of print experience have come together to produce a machine with exacting print quality and an ease of operation that offers minimal impact to the environment. 

“Our decision to invest in Komori’s new G-Series 40” press was predicated on our proven success serving the 28” commercial printing market in the Northwest.  Simply put, we needed a press capable of keeping pace with our extraordinary growth in commercial printing, packaging and direct mail applications”, said Dan Adkison, President and COO of Wright Enterprises.  “As one of the few remaining trade-only commercial print suppliers in the country, our customers have come to rely on us for competitive pricing and exacting quality.  This press allows us to deliver products with unprecedented levels of speed, quality and efficiency. It’s the perfect complement to our growing line-up of commercial and digital capabilities.” 


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