Baldwin Technology - a world leader in providing process automation solutions, consumables and services for the print, packaging, textile and corrugated industries - has acquired QuadTech Inc., from its parent company, Quad/Graphics. With this acquisition, Baldwin adds all of QuadTech’s highly regarded technology and strategic locations across the Americas, Europe, China, Japan and India. QuadTech is a global leader in the design and manufacture of control systems that help commercial, newspaper, packaging and publication gravure printers improve their performance and productivity. Headquartered in Sussex, Wis., QuadTech maintains a worldwide network of sales and service operations, and sells automated systems in more than 100 countries. Click Read More below for additional information.
Royle Printing’s newest installation, a Manroland ROTOMAN S will be operational by the end of June. The press is located at the printer’s newest 120,000 sq. ft. facility on Success Way.
The investment utilizes leading Manroland technology and enhances Royle’s diverse manufacturing platform. The press will create ideal conditions for record production times for high-volume jobs with very efficient make-ready numbers. The ROTOMAN S is particularly efficient for the catalog and publication markets; capable of producing digest, standard up-right and tabloid formats. More information on the press can be found on Manroland’s website.
Royle has positioned itself for the future by making significant investments in technology, equipment and their most critical resource, people. Today, Royle undoubtedly has one of the more modern, diverse and financially healthy production platforms in print. Royle’s passion is to provide high-quality graphic and distribution solutions to publishing and catalog markets.
“We are thrilled to have this press in our arsenal and after a long set-up period, our team is anxious to put it to work for our customers,” said Chris Carpenter, President and Owner of Royle Printing. “This investment is essential to our strategic direction and growth, further positioning Royle Printing as a key resource for the catalog and publishing markets.”
To celebrate the new facility and press, Royle will be hosting a socially distant celebration and ribbon-cutting at the Success Way facility, providing their associates with commemorative t-shirts. Royle employs 285 employees at this time and is rapidly expanding and growing. For more information, visit www.royle.com.