Heidelberg USA

The Winners
September 1, 2010

Gold, silver and bronze winners in seven categories. Check out GoldInk.com to view the Gold, Silver, Bronze and Pewter winners in 40 additional categories.

Hennegan Co. Installs 12-Color Perfecting Press
November 1, 2005

The Hennegan Co., a leading provider of ultra-fine printing in the U.S. has completed the installation of their new Heidelberg SM-102; a 40-inch, 12-color perfecting press. The new press offers a unique configuration that includes: innovative inline coating, automatic process monitoring of the entire printed image, and an advanced feed system that utilizes sheets or rolls with adjustable cutoff. Known worldwide for its superb print quality, this new Heidelberg and its custom capabilities represents a substantial investment towards the future. Hennegan's innovative configuration of this extremely high-quality press offers single-pass productivity and considerably more capacity. This new 12-color press is one of the first of

A to Z Printing Adds 6-Color Press to Its Operations
October 1, 2005

WAUKESHA, Wis., -- A to Z Printing Co., a leading commercial printer, has added a second six-color Heidelberg Speedmaster CD -102 press to its Waukesha, Wis., manufacturing plant. "This second new Speedmaster was added because they provide us with fundamental technological advantages that are unique in the marketplace," says Fuzzy S. Marek, chief executive officer of A to Z Printing Co. "These presses simply outperform any of the installed presses in the market for the types of products we produce, and enable us to provide our customers with superior quality, and productivity. The capital investment involved in this press expansion of over

Smithsonian Exhibit at Print 05 to Feature Book Artists
August 1, 2005

An artistic highlight of the giant Print 05 & Converting 05 exhibition Sept. 9-15 at Chicago's McCormick Place will be an interactive panel exhibit on the history and importance of book illustration created by the Smithsonian Institution Libraries, the world's largest system of museum libraries.   "Picturing Words: The Power of Book Illustration" in booth #7259 will be staffed by personnel from the Smithsonian Libraries along with exhibit curators and will present a schedule of local artists demonstrating different types of illustration. The exhibit features images from books in the Libraries' collection, including children's alphabet books, The Nuremberg Chronicle, works by William Morris, Redoute, Vesalius, and

The Print Council Director to Address Executive Outlook Forum
August 1, 2005

GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Print Council announced executive director Martin Maloney will speak at the "Executive Outlook 2005" meeting on Thursday, Sept. 8th, the day before the opening of the Print 05 show. Maloney is scheduled to be the fourth speaker after Conference Chairman Bill Lamparter commences the program at 8:00 am, and opening remarks from commentary leaders Thomas Wetjen (vice president, Worldwide Graphic Arts Industry Business, Xerox) and Marcel Kiessling (president, Heidelberg Americas). Maloney's remarks will focus upon The Print Council's recent activities and the business of campaigning to sell the value of print. "Most people would agree that Executive Outlook is an

Optimum Performance
June 24, 2005

To achieve success in the printing world, quick turnaround, top quality and high-level customer service are vital components. G2 Graphic Service of North Hollywood, CA effectively met these components by targeting its efforts toward consistent, high quality output, digital workflow and customer satisfaction. The result is an extremely successful business with $15 million in annual sales. Owners Ruth and John Beard worked for more than three decades to build the reputation and service needed to survive in the fast-paced printing industry. Nowhere is that more important than in the competitive Los Angeles area, where print shops of all sizes vie for business from the complex,

Cadmus Upgrades Publisher Services Print Platform
June 1, 2005

Cadmus Communications Corp. has upgraded the equipment of its Publisher Services print platform in order to grow its position in its target publishing markets, eliminate production bottlenecks, and retire older and less efficient press equipment to provide its customers with improved quality and schedules. The company will add three Heidelberg roll-fed, sheet-fed presses and one cover sheet-fed press to improve efficiencies in its journal print facilities; a Goss Sunday 3000/32 web press and a Goss Sunday 4000/48 web press to add capacity in the magazine, educational and professional book markets; and a perfect-binding and two saddle-stitching lines to balance press-finishing capacity. Installation of

Williams Printing Opens New Facility in Atlanta
January 1, 2005

Williams Printing, an RR Donnelley company, has just settled into a new 130,000-square-foot facility near the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in its longtime home of Atlanta.The new facility is expected to be operational in June 2005, and will include a 40-inch, eight-color Komori LS with coater; a 40-inch, six-color Komori LS with coater; a Heidelberg 400 ST…