Jano Graphics Opts for Heidelberg XL Press Technology
Press release from the issuing company
Kennesaw, Ga. -- Jano Graphics recently installed a new Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 75, 5-color, 29" press equipped with Prinect Press Center technology at its printing plant in Ventura, CA. Catering to advertising agencies, universities, and corporations, the company replaced a pair of aging presses when it purchased the XL 75 in June. The advanced technology of the XL 75 was of major importance to Jano Graphics in the company's purchasing decision.
"Prinect technology enables faster makereadies, reduces job cycle times and significantly reduces makeready waste," said Larry Embley, director of sales and marketing. "For Jano, this translates into lower costs, increased capacity, and 'greener efficiency'."
Another key factor, said Embley, was the XL 75's larger sheet format, compared to other presses in the mid-size category. "Our ability to print an 11x25.5", 6-panel brochure 2-up on our 29" press gives us a price advantage in our local marketplace," he explains. As Jano Graphics makes the turn toward establishing an "all-Heidelberg" plant, the Speedmaster XL 75 is a key addition to its pressroom, which already houses a Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 102, six-color 40" press.
"Heidelberg is a brand that commands respect in the printing industry," said Joe Jannone, pressroom manager. "Its reputation for durability and technological superiority is unsurpassed, and the customer care the company provides consistently exceeds my expectations."
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