Webco Printing Company Introduces the Installation of a Baker Perkins G-14
Press release from the issuing company
Omaha, NE (April 9, 2004) – Webco Printing Company, a Nebraska based offset heat-set printer specializing in production and mailing of catalogs and marketing materials, has installed a Baker Perkins G-14 web press. The Baker Perkins G-14 will help enhance the company’s printing possibilities, as well as broaden their capabilities. As the printing business continues to be competitive, it is important to stay up-to-date with more current technology.
We have stayed on the cutting edge of printing technology every step of the way. In continuation of this goal, the versatility of the Baker G-14 will allow up to 32 pages in a single pass, 8-4 pages, 4-8 pages, 2-12 pages, and 2-16 pages. Including the capacity of a perforation tower, high speed oxy dry sheeter 2 web capabilities; full bleed to 11”, and in-line remoistenable pattern glue unit.
Webco Printing Company strives to make a lasting impression in order to meet, and exceed, our print buyers expectations throughout the entire printing process. Our reputation is renowned for high quality printing, outstanding customer service, and one stop printing. Some of our services include:
• Computer to Plate “Creo System”.
• FTP site for data transfer.
• In-house “Postal Soft” mail data processing.
• State of the art Heat-Set Web Printers
• In line Inside/Outside Ink Jet address imaging.
• In-house perfect binding.
• Excellent Customer Service.
"The installation of the G-14 is strategically and financially compelling,” said Bernie Egenberger, CEO of Webco Printing Company, “and brings a new level of printing services to the growing demands of our customer base.”
Through this newest investment, Webco Printing will now serve new regional and local markets and will provide every printing need that a company would require.
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