Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. – Core Publishing Solutions, part of Thomson Reuters, is pleased to announce the installation of new state-of-the-art web press printing technology to provide its customers with high quality inkjet color printing at an affordable cost in multiple trim sizes.
Now Core Publishing Solutions’ customers can benefit from one of the printing industry’s most productive inkjet color duplex presses, the HP T490 Pagewide Web Press, which attaches in-line to a Muller Martini SigmaLine III and has imposition and job optimization by Connex workflow software. This new press will join two already installed HP T360 inkjet presses at Core Publishing Solutions’ facility in Eagan, Minnesota.
Core Publishing Solutions is one of the top 10 book manufacturers in North America. The plant is geared to produce high quality books with the latest innovations for both offset and digital production. Customers also take advantage of subscription list processing, warehouse and fulfillment services, all from the same location.
Last year, Core Publishing Solutions printed more than 10 billion pages and produced 18 million books; a growing number of those books were for other publishers. Besides its industry-leading legal books and publications in law offices libraries, courts and other legal settings, Core Publishing Solutions print work can also be found in retail bookstores, churches, schools and book club meetings, as well as on best-seller lists.
In addition to the new press, Core Publishing Solutions is adding another Mueller Martini Alegro binder with dual InfiniTrim trimmers to its binding fleet to handle its increasing digital capacity and a cover enhancement machine to provide increased publisher options for digital spot UV cover features.
“We are pleased and excited to continue to invest in book manufacturing equipment to service our customers.” said Todd Roth, who leads Core Publishing Solutions, which produces work for about 100 publishers. “The new HP PageWide web press and added binding capacity will allow us to grow page production by 20 percent, and the new four-color inkjet press will expand our capabilities for both existing and new customers.”
More importantly, these new investments will allow Core Publishing Solutions to serve customers better and in new ways. “We want publishers’ to experience exceptional service and benefits with us as their primary partner for – print, bind, warehouse and fulfillment,” said Roth.
Learn more at corepublishingsolutions.com.