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The Hennegan Company Upgrades The Productivity Of Its Kodak Nexpress Digital Production Color Press

Press release from the issuing company

FLORENCE, KY, June 1, 2006 - Robert Ott, Jr, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Hennegan Company, announced today that the company, a leading provider of ultra-fine printing in the USA, has successfully upgraded it's variable digital print offering to a Kodak NexPress 2500. This upgrade from the NexPress 2100 Plus to the NexPress 2500 is the first such upgrade in the field for Kodak. The new NexPress 2500 press prints 2,500 5/5 sheets per hour and is 18 percent more productive than the 2100 Plus. More modularity and flexibility has been engineered into the 2500, offering in-line finishing capability and longer uninterrupted printing cycles with multiple high-capacity delivery configurations. The modular options for the Kodak 2500 include an additional imaging unit, feeders, high-capacity delivery system and an upgraded Kodak NexStation IV front end. Gary Greis, Manager, Digital Print Operations at Hennegan commented: “The Kodak NexPress 2500 has the capabilities to make it possible for our customers to use the power of digital print to personalize every aspect of each piece of direct mail that is sent out; from simple text content through unique page design and imagery.”

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