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Contact: Stacy Rounds
Phone: 540-374-5000 x.5574
New commercial printing facility offers special pricing, highest page and color capacity in industry
FREDERICKSBURG, VA. (October 28, 2010) --With the highest page and color capacity in the industry, Print Innovators-a division of The Free Lance-Star Publishing Company-is open for business and currently accepting commercial print clients on the East Coast. Special introductory pricing is available to all businesses requesting price comparisons now through December 31, 2010.
The new 92,000-square-foot facility is one of the most sophisticated printing plants in the country. The Goss International Flexible Printing System press is the only one of its kind in North America. The high-speed facility can produce newspapers and magazines on newsprint with full color on every page. Heatset equipment also allows for the option of a glossy finish. Plant capabilities include inline binding with wire stitching, inserting, onserting and poly-wrapping. Print Innovators currently produces The Free Lance-Star daily newspaper and The Washington Examiner.
The new 29-foot-high press, which started printing The Free Lance-Star full time in March after a year of installation, includes four printing towers and two folders that can be operated as two separate presses. Each of the printing units can produce 24 pages, making full capacity 96 pages.
With three generations of printing expertise, Print Innovators is family-owned and operated and proud to be an industry leader. Operations Director John Jenkins, with over 20 years of printing experience, values partnerships and offers exceptional service.
The new LEED-engineered plant can crank out up to 45,000 four-section newspapers an hour. The advanced technology allows The Free Lance-Star to be printed in a little over an hour, twice as fast as at the previous press. This high speed production offers publishers later deadlines and earlier delivery times.
Print Innovators aims to run a round-the-clock operation as they continue to expand their client base. The plant’s geographic location on the Interstate 95 corridor between Washington D.C. and Richmond, VA. allows for quick delivery. Current targeted customer base is within a 400-mile radius of the Fredericksburg plant. “We know we can get product to customers in that region within 12 to 14 hours of when it’s first put on the press,” Jenkins said. “We understand this business. We can create solutions that work for you.”
For more information or a price comparison, contact Operations Director John Jenkins.
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