Copresco President Steve Johnson (wearing his Christmas tie) is all smiles as he observes your next project being printed on the new Konica-Minolta 6136P digital press.
Guess what? Santa surprised us by dropping off a digital press that was even longer than his sleigh! If the machine was set on rails, it might pass for a freight train.
The 6136P Konica-Minolta system combines spectacular black & white print reproduction with the latest high speed production technology.
“The people at Konica-Minolta were stunned by the amount of work we put their machine through in the first month,” noted Copresco President Steve Johnson with a wry smile.
“At Copresco we’re serious about our Copies Overnight promise of producing 250,000 pages overnight for any client,” Steve explained.
“We put every new piece of equipment through hours of testing procedures to make certain that the results meet our rigorous standards.”
The new machine includes precise tone controls allowing the creation of halftone curves “on the fly,” a feature normally only found on full color presses but required by Copresco for our award-winning monochrome work.
Sure, this new press will raise the quality bar even higher and add to Copresco’s impressive lineup of production equipment, but our clients already expect that.
Fact is, our new 6136P press is just part of the new systems we’re installing. In 2021, our clients can expect easier file transmission, faster proof approvals, and faster turnaround of estimates, among other benefits.
“Twelve years ago in the face of a severe economic downturn Copresco resisted the temptation to hunker down and instead invested heavily in new equipment to meet the demands of our clients in the recovery that we knew would come,” Steve says. “We still subscribe to that philosophy.”
“More details about new equipment and integrated workflows are on the way. So, stay tuned.”
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We wish you and yours a most happy holiday season and look forward to sharing another successful year with you in 2021.
Copresco will be closed Thursday, December 24 for Christmas Eve and on Friday, Christmas Day, as well as on Friday, January 1 for New Year’s Day.
We will be here on New Year’s Eve but may leave a bit early.