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Nuss Printing Takes its Business to New Heights with Canon Solutions America

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Pennsylvania-based print provider expands its fleet 

MELVILLE, N.Y. – Canon Solutions America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., today announced that Nuss Printing Inc., a Havertown, Pennsylvania-based printing shop that specializes in graphic design, digital prepress, and bindery and finishing services, has purchased the Canon varioPRINT DP 110 digital production press. This purchase marks the 1000th varioPRINT DP unit sold by Canon Solutions America’s Enterprise Services and Solutions division.  
Operating exclusively with Canon equipment since opening its doors in 1986, Nuss Printing has developed a vast customer portfolio that has required the company to expand its offerings over the last decade. Built on a reputation of providing on-time, high-quality services, Nuss Printing continues to stay at the cutting edge of the industry with Canon products that allow it to offer versatile solutions for companies searching for everything from large format printing and graphic design services, to high-speed black and white copies. 

“Growing my business and evolving with the industry as it’s changed drastically over the years would not have been possible without the help of Canon Solutions America,” said David Nuss, president of Nuss Printing. “I’ve been with Canon for over 25 years and not a day goes by where I don’t find myself appreciative of their honest and genuine service.”

Nuss Printing’s most recent acquisition is of particular importance and value to Canon Solutions America as it marks the company’s 1000th varioPRINT DP sale. Similarly, the purchase points to progress for Nuss’s organization as well, as his print fleet continues to expand while the demand for his company’s services has grown to new heights over the last few months. 

“Helping customers like Nuss Printing progress and become innovative companies with a robust set of services is a vital part of what we do at Canon Solutions America,” said Tracie Sokol, vice president, Marketing, Enterprise Services and Solutions, Canon Solutions America. “It’s not just the technology or products, it’s our commitment to enhancing the overall work experience for our customers and making their goals become a reality. We’re proud that we too can celebrate an important moment in our company’s own history with a customer like Nuss Printing.” 

What started as a project in his basement, Nuss has grown his company into a dependable, multi-faceted print shop that is most known for its support of public and private school print jobs. His facility now has the capability to produce anything from basic one-color work to complex four-color process printing and everything in between. With its high-speed digitally networked equipment, Nuss Printing offers its clients a promise that every job is met with personalized attention and dedication to meeting deadlines. Operating as a full service shop, Nuss Printing offers bindery and finishing services that are made possible through its line of Canon equipment. 

“I am excited to see where our business will go with our newest addition,” added Nuss. “Our customers expect rapid turnaround and quality that is second to none. Without our Canon equipment in place, this would not be possible.”

“There’s no doubt that Nuss Printing is poised for sustained success,” noted Sokol. “They are a team of true professionals with their customers’ expectations always in mind. We’re just as excited as they are to see where their business might go next.”


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