Standard Register Relocates Printing Facility from Cincinnati to Dayton
Press release from the issuing company
1/29/07 -- Standard Register recently added 10 jobs to its workforce of over 500 in the city of Dayton, with the move of a digital printing facility from Cincinnati.
The Print On Demand (POD) Services Center in Dayton will be the prototype for the company's other 25 similar facilities nationwide, with better proximity to engineering staff. The center will serve as a test site for digital printing presses, bindery equipment and workflow software.
"Our POD Services locations are becoming faster, more digital and more focused on color," said Joe Klenke, vice president and general manager, POD Services. "The new Dayton facility is a great example of the new look that we are employing to bring this message home to our customers. Our centers are bright, organized and efficient-they look more like computer rooms than warehouses or plants."
In addition to the 26 digital print facilities, the company also operates five rotary printing plants, two label printing facilities and 22 warehouses. In addition, Standard Register opened a document services facility in Mexico in 2006 that provides industrial labels and on-demand digital printing.
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