American Printing Company Invests in Complete Package from Heidelberg with a View to Growth in Packaging Printing
Wednesday, September 04, 2019
Press release from the issuing company
The printing company Adams Litho from Chattanooga, Tennessee, has experienced a surge in demand for packagings in the last ten years. Expecting further increases in the coming years, the company has plans to grow in this segment. To prepare for this, Adams Litho has invested in several machines from Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg). With a complete package consisting of a Speedmaster CD 102-6+L UV, an Easymatrix 106 CS die cutter, a Diana Easy 115 gluer, and a Versafire EP digital printing press, the printing company wants to offer its customers top-quality packaging solutions for any run length. “Packagings continue to grow, and will always be needed,” confirms Wyatt Hogue, GEO of Adams Litho. “The most important thing in stores is which packaging stands out on the shelf. It is of vital importance for our company to offer our customers a one-stop shop for unique and high-quality packagings.”
Adams Litho offers a comprehensive range of printing services for companies of all sizes. Since its establishment in 1886, the company has sought out the most modern technology. Today, it offers a full service portfolio, from color digital printing to offset printing.
High flexibility with the versatile Speedmaster CD 102 pays off
Adams Litho uses the Versafire EP for advertising and packaging orders with fast turnaround times and very short runs, since it can process a variety of different materials. The digital printing system impresses with high throughput and reliable production.
In-house postpress makes for happy customers
To increase the productivity even further, an existing die cutter was replaced with the Easymatrix 106 CS to substantially reduce the makeready times and greatly increase the production capacity. “Now there are no more bottlenecks at Adams Litho. All of our machines produce at above-average speeds, in top quality, and work together perfectly. Our customers are more than happy, which in turn makes us happy,” explains Hogue.
Service and reliability for smooth production
Watch the video to find out more about Adams Litho.
Wyatt Hogue, CEO of Adams Litho, wants to offers its customers a one-stop shop for unique and high-quality packagings with a complete package from Heidelberg.
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