Johnson Group installs a new six-color, 40-inch Komori LS-640C offset press with aqueous coater
Press release from the issuing company
Thursday September 13 -- ROCKFORD, Ill. -- Award-winning commercial printing enterprise the Johnson Group announced today that it has installed a new six-color, 40-inch Komori LS-640C offset press with aqueous coater. The addition of the new press expands the Johnson Group's growing set of cutting-edge printing capabilities that include custom digital storefronts, web-to-print solutions and nexglosser for super-shine digital printing capabilities.
"We are continuously looking for ways to deliver superior quality to and stay relevant for our customers. Investing in emerging technology ensures we are providing them with the best printing and business solutions," said Tonya Meister, president of the Johnson Group.
The press complements the Johnson Group's existing custom printing solutions and helps maintain its unrivaled customer service by streamlining its prepress workflow, improving on-press productivity and providing quick turnarounds - reducing job cycle times by more than half. It has the flexibility to print on special paper stocks, features run speeds up to 16,000 sheets and allows for a maximum sheet size of 28 by 40 inches. It also is ideal for medium- to long-run and color-critical print projects.
"We strive to help our clients stay ahead of the competition in their marketplaces," said Rynn Johnson, vice president of Sales and Marketing for the Johnson Group. "We have a reputation of delivering excellent customer service and expect the Komori offset press will help customers continue to produce unrivaled print products."
Customers interested in running their next print job with the Johnson Group can call 815-397-0800 to speak to an account manager or visit www.johnsongroup.com for more information.
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