Komori America and Highcon, a global provider of digital cutting and creasing solutions, have entered into a strategic selling agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, Komori America will sell and support the entire Highcon product line, including the world’s first production speed digital cutting and creasing machine. The partnership is integral to Komori’s overall strategy to create new value and richer communications through “connected print” – the ability to effectively connect various processes to Komori’s diverse functions with the latest technologies.
Royle Printing, an independently owned and managed printing company specializing in high quality graphic and distribution services for over 70 years, announced a rebrand to reinforce the company’s investment in print innovation. The rebrand includes new logo typography, color palette, interior renovation and signage.
“Royle’s re-branding efforts help illustrate our commitment to invest in our future, underscoring how innovation helps us better serve customers, employees and our business partners” states Chris Carpenter, President and Owner of Royle Printing. “Continued investments in technology and process improvement will help us achieve our goals for sustained growth, while also practicing strong environmental stewardship.”
Royle has been audited and certified to the Forest Stewardship Council® Chain of Custody Standard.
Royle recently announced the addtion of Manroland technology through adding an 8-unit Rotoman printing press. The company will continue their active reinvestment strategies, putting Royle in a growing and unique position in the markets they serve.