Toppan Adds Second iGen3 To Meet Demand For Personalized Printing
Press release from the issuing company
Somerset, New Jersey, January 28, 2005 – Toppan Printing Company America, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toppan Printing Co. Ltd., the second largest printing company in the world, has installed its second Xerox iGen3 Digital Production Press to meet the demand for variable, or personalized digital printing, in addition to short-run, full-color, quick turnaround printing solutions.
Toppan, well known for its quality (ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001 certified), has exceeded its projection of tripling digital volume for one-to-one marketing campaigns, and print on demand for clients in the financial services, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, advertising and healthcare markets through customized applications and solutions, web-to-print and traditional quick printing.
“We are proud to present the additional capacity that a second iGen3 brings. Our strategy has led us to incorporate a technically innovative digital printing process to respond to and meet the changing needs of our clients.” said Seishi Tanoue, President and Chief Executive Officer, Toppan Printing Company America, Inc.
Toppan introduced digital printing five years ago with the purchase of their Heidelberg Quickmaster DI Digital Press. The new 100-page-per-minute iGen3 machines enable Toppan to provide an even wider range of applications to its customers, including personalized direct mail, postcards, marketing collateral, invitations and posters, with quicker turnaround.
According to Mr. Tanoue, “The key to our success is to provide solutions. Clients who take advantage of our strengths and resources will be very satisfied.” Toppan Printing Company America, Inc., headquartered in New York City, with a production facility in Somerset, N. J. and a sales office in Los Angeles, offers digital and offset printing, pre-press, binding, fulfillment, storage and distribution services.
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