Rolling Meadows, IL, December 14, 2006 -- Komori America Corporation, a premier manufacturer of sheetfed and web offset printing presses, today announced Donlevy Lithograph, a full-service commercial printer, recently installed a six-color Lithrone S40 (LS640) in its Wichita, Kansas facility. Advanced automation, ease of use and productivity were cited as key drivers in selecting the company’s newest Komori press.
“Our goal in purchasing the LS640 was to increase our company’s ability to serve clients faster while delivering a broader spectrum of high-quality applications,” said Carolyn Black, president of Donlevy Lithograph. “We looked at other presses before we made our selection, but chose the LS640 because of our positive past experience with Komori. They offer cutting-edge technology and are quick to respond to our needs. We let our press operators help us make the choice and they unanimously voted Komori as the best fit.”
The LS640 provides the versatility Donlevy needs to print the variety of commercial work it produces for clients, including direct mail pieces, brochures, calendars and more. The LS640 gets to color and into register fast and offers the ability to do multicolor jobs without compromising on performance or print quality. Additionally, due to the intuitive technology of the press, operators can easily be cross-trained, enhancing their efficiency.
“We are very pleased Donlevy Lithograph continues to be a loyal partner with Komori,” said Mike VanCalbergh, vice president of sales for Komori’s Midwest Region. “The LS640 offers a broad spectrum of benefits that will deliver for a leading commercial printer like Donlevy Lithograph.”
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