4 alfaQuest FastRAK's Installed in Journal Register Operations
Press release from the issuing company
Rolling Meadows, IL May 12, 2006 - alfaQuest Technologies, Inc., a leading newspaper production system developer and integrator, is pleased to announce the completion of the installation of four violet FasTRAK CTP devices at two sites owned by the Journal Register Company (JRC) newspaper group.
The New Haven Register, Connecticut's second largest daily and Sunday newspaper with a circulation exceeding 94,000, has installed the alfaQuest Technologies violet FasTRAK CTP solution with two 150 PPH units and two 1000 plate capacity TRAKmate 2 autoloaders.
Imprint Printing, North Haven, CT, publishers of multiple non-daily publications has installed the alfaQuest Technologies violet FasTRAK solution with two 135 PPH units and two TRAKmates with cassette loading capabilities.
Journal Register Company owns 27 daily newspapers, with approximately 650,000 total daily circulation. The company also owns 362 non-daily publications, with a total distribution of more than 5 million, as well as commercial printing and software development companies.
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