Continuing its best-in-class performance in the commercial print industry, Quad/Graphics has chosen a 64-page Lithoman for its production facility here. With the new Lithoman, the book production plant will receive a boost in productivity and efficiency. The new press, which is undergoing installation now and will be production-ready in the third quarter of 2017, has a maximum production speed of 45,000 revs/h and consists of one web and four printing units with APL automated plate loading. It will be equipped with a Contiweb Splicer and an Ecoset/T dryer. The latest version of the PECOM-X controls with numerous automation features and the control desk will be also included. The Lithoman is the second press of this series for the facility in Versailles. Click Read More below for additional detail.
Spectrum Resources, a supplier of print and marketing communication services, is pleased to announce its move from New Berlin, Wisconsin to a new, larger headquarters in Muskego, Wisconsin. The new corporate address is: W160 S6369 Commerce Drive, Muskego, WI 53150. All other corporate information such as phone numbers and Website remain the same.
Spectrum, a printing solutions provider that also offers fulfillment, warehouse and distribution services, has built a 60,000-square-foot multi-tenant industrial building on Moorland Commerce Center West, which is located Southwest of College Avenue and Moorland Road, north of GE Healthcare distribution center in Muskego. The building occupies a 4.65 acre site. Spectrum Resources will initially occupy 29,000-square-feet of space in the building.
“Our business growth over the past few years has been astounding, especially as our clients seek more warehousing, fulfillment and distribution services,” remarked Larry Surges, founder and CEO. “We have definitely become a managed services firm, who can be a single source provider of everything related to our client’s marketing and branding needs.” The company’s client list boasts some of the most well-known national brands based in Wisconsin.
Spectrum has been in business since 1998 and has averaged a 15 percent growth rate year over year, and is considered one of the premier players in the print distribution industry. “By evolving along with the needs of our clients, Spectrum has introduced hundreds of new products and services over the years. We have had to expand our facilities several times to keep up with our pace of growth,” Surges noted. “Also, since we hired Mike Eastley as VP of sales and marketing, we have been able to better focus and refine our product offerings while adding ancillary services our clients have been requesting,” said Surges.
For the past several years, Spectrum has been honing its print offerings to include every category of print its clients need: from web and sheetfed, to grand format print and packaging. Now the company has sharpened its focus on products and services which complement the core offerings: promotional and ad specialty items, warehousing and fulfillment, and custom ordering portals.