City Print chooses Autobond

December 2004
Printing World;12/2/2004, Vol. 288 Issue 11, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that family run commercial printer City Print (Company), Cork, has installed an Autobond Compact 74T laminator to keep up with growing demand. The company has seen a significant increase in productivity and quality since replacing its existing laminator, which had been in operation for several years. City Print produces brochures, manuals and leaflets for a number of sectors, including pharmaceutical and IT, on three Heidelberg presses.


Related Articles

  • ME &MY…Intec CP2020. Chadwick, Philip // PrintWeek (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);6/26/2009, p55 

    An interview with David Hoey, director of The Print Shop, is presented. According to Hoey, Print Shop is a small family business based in Stokenchurch near High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, England. He explains his reason for purchasing the Intec CP2010 on-demand digital colour printer. He...

  • Business is 'Zoooming'  // American Printer;Nov2004, Vol. 234 Issue 2, p24 

    This article features the general commercial printer Zooom Printing in Richmond, Virginia. Zooom initially entered the direct imaging market in 2001 with a Ryobi 3404, but ultimately determined it needed a larger press. Currently a KBA 74 Karat is the only press at the company's 3,000 square...

  • City Print clears the decks for SM74. Hayes, Rod // Printing World;2/10/2005, Vol. 289 Issue 6, p8 

    Reports on family-owned printing company in Milton Keynes, England, City Print's upgrading of its equipment. Printing presses replaced with Heidelberg Speedmaster SM74; Comments of David Vaughan, who runs the company, on uses of the Heidelberg machine.

  • LETTERS. Burke, Tony; Dole, Bob; Nikkanen, Erik // PrintWeek (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);9/24/2010, p15 

    Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "Can implants survive in the present-day print market?" in the September 17, 2010 issue, "Printed to Electronics to Ignite Print Bonanza" in the September 17, 2010 issue, and a comment on the...

  • Guillotine is up to the job.  // Printing World;10/13/2005, Vol. 292 Issue 2, p43 

    Reports on the decision of Highfield Print Finishersto replace its 115 Wohlenberg with a Heildeberg Polar 115 X guillotine to handle a large increase in production.

  • Productivity in the pressroom begins with…. Prince, Raymond J. // American Printer;Jun2008, Vol. 125 Issue 6, p26 

    The article outlines the attributes of a productive pressroom. From the author's observations, highly productive pressrooms are very clean and neat, use equipment that is generally less than 10 years old, have employees who are quick and a supervisor who is on the floor 95 percent of the time,...

  • CFO Is Fourth Generation To Run Family Printing Firm. Broderick, Pat // San Diego Business Journal;6/19/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 25, p23 

    The article profiles Kandy Neyenesch, the chief financial officer of the family-owned printing firm Neyenesch Printers Inc. in San Diego, California. The firm was established in 1899 and currently has 75 employees and with $13.3 million in revenue in 2005. She supervises all the financial...

  • Tidbits….  // American Printer;May2007, Vol. 124 Issue 5, p12 

    The article offers news briefs on the printing industry as of May 2007. Standard Finishing Systems was honored by Xerox as its 2006 Outstanding Customer First/Service Support Finishing Partner of the Year. Phototype received the Printing Industries of America's Maxwell Award. WMSG Inc. reached a...

  • Lessons on how to kill a cash cow. Vinocur, M. Richard // American Printer;Jul2001, Vol. 227 Issue 4, p46 

    Deals with the successes and failures of a family-owned printing company. Details on the growth of the company; Challenges faced by the company.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics