Liberty Creative Solutions invests in products from Heidelberg
Press release from the issuing company
KENNESAW, Ga. - September 27, 2007 -Liberty Creative Solutions, Inc., Tinley Park, Ill., recently installed a POLAR 92 XT high-speed, programmable cutter to capitalize on an expansion that more than tripled the company's production space from 8,000 square feet to 26,000 square feet and enabled it to divide its prepress and postpress cutting operations.
The full-service commercial printing company has doubled its business over the past three years, largely as a result of offering services including Web design, marketing, printing, finishing, fulfillment and mailing under one roof. In conjunction with the expansion, Liberty also undertook an extensive upgrade of its Prinect Printready prepress workflow, including the latest versions of the Signa Station imposition workstation and Meta Dimension RIP.
"Our aim was to streamline production and add enough manpower to maintain our momentum," says Angela Hipelius, vice president. "All of the installations went extremely smoothly." The company also operates Heidelberg Speedmaster SM 74, SORMZ and GTO presses, a Prosetter platesetter as well as an existing POLAR cutter, a pair of Stahlfolder B 20 folders and an SSP folding/stitching/perfing unit.
Established in 1964, Liberty Creative Solutions serves a national market with customers in the educational, medical, corporate and gaming industries and has been a Heidelberg customer "since day one," Hipelius says.
"As a result of the improvements we've made, our operation runs more efficiently than ever. Heidelberg has a lot to do with that. Not only does Heidelberg make good products that perform the way they're supposed to, they also stand behind them. We've never been disappointed." The company employs 48.
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