London Litho Offers Preventive Maintenance Program For HP Plotters
Press release from the issuing company
For 2000, 3000 and 5000 Series Plotters
Lincolnwood, Illinois, September 3, 2002--London Litho--known throughout the Midwest for its ability to integrate complex prepress and pressroom solutions that are vital to the printing industry--also improves printer profitability by servicing and maintaining the equipment it sells. Typical of the service provided is a recently announced preventive maintenance program for Hewlett-Packard 2000, 3000 and 5000 series plotters. The program calls for factory trained London Litho technicians, every six months, to check plotters for wear, replace any worn parts, and recalibrate to factory-new operating status, for an annual fee of $675 plus any necessary parts.
In announcing the program, Russ Brock, London Litho Manager of Electronic Imaging Systems, said: "Routine, scheduled maintenance of key equipment such as the Hewlett-Packard plotters reduces operating and service costs while increasing throughput and quality. Maintaining equipment properly can spell the difference between profit and loss for a printer."
London Litho is the foremost reseller and integrator of imaging systems, prepress and pressroom consumables, and value-added services to the printing, packaging, converting, and graphic design industries. A privately held company headquartered in Illinois, London Litho operates branch facilities in Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, and Minnesota. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, The Opus Group, the company assists publishers, graphic designers, and print producers who demand the most effective use of color in print and related communications. For more information about London Litho, log on to www.londonlitho.com, or call 847-679-4600.
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