Once again, the jolly old elf dropped off a bag full of valuable presents for Copresco and our clients.
The first and biggest package we unwrapped was a shiny new Ricoh Pro C9100 digital color press, one of the first to be installed in this country.
This advanced press, supported by our extensive technical skills, combines the exceptional production power and superb image quality that is keeping Copresco on the forefront of on-demand color printing.
Word spread rapidly through the graphic communications industry that Copresco is now printing sheets up to 27 1/2" long, a major achievement for high-volume printing. These oblong sheets are perfect for your book covers, dust jackets and sixpage brochures.
John Ruder checks a 27 1/2" long digital color project. (Photo by Jessica Pinkous)
printing of dust jackets and wraparound covers for album-style books further
expand the possibilities for your books and
Other applications for this oversize oblong sheet format include flyers, banners, diagrams, and infographics.
The potential for using longer pages for your projects is really limited only by your budget and your imagination.
more than just our fleet of six digital presses to consistently meet Copresco's
overnight delivery promise.
So, we expanded our bindery with a new booklet maker that gives us more added muscle for the production of your saddle bound books, calendars and publications. Saddle binding is also a good choice for thin booklets, brochures and small catalogs.
was recognized as one of the oldest companies in the suburban region on a
Business Anniversaries list published by the Daily Herald Business
Speaking of Copresco's lengthy business history, check out the "A Revolutionary Idea" story below about the beginning of our 30th anniversary celebration.
As Copresco concludes a busy and gratifying year, we thank you again for your support and the opportunity to work with you in a mutually beneficial business partnership.
All of us at Copresco wish you and yours a happy holiday season and look forward to sharing a prosperous 2017 with you.
Copresco opened for business in a one-room Wheaton office in 1987, there was no
email, iPhones or Android devices.
Desktop publishing was just in its infancy. Offset printing was king.
Large printers running huge four-color jobs made the headlines in the graphic arts media.
Johnson had a much better idea. He believed that the future for printing was in
digital technology and printing on-demand.
Steve formed an organization called Copies Overnight, specializing in the exceptionally fast turnaround of books and publications.
In future Overnight Lite issues, we will tell you how this revolutionary idea took hold and made Copresco the King of the Hill in digital printing.
Copresco will be closed on Monday, December 26 for Christmas and on Monday, January 2 for the New Year's Day holiday.
The gifts of food,
clothing and shelter are always in season:
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus:
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