Fotorecord Print Center goes all-digital with Fujifilm J Press 750S
January 13, 2022 By PrintAction Staff
Pittsburgh-based Fotorecord Print Center, a 20-employee printing company with a 28-year history, recently transitioned from traditional offset print equipment to an all-digital print environment with the installation of a Fujifilm J Press 750S digital inkjet press (J Press).
This strategic transformation has enabled Fotorecord to diversify its print offerings, including longer run booklets, large versioned poster work (for a well-known sporting goods chain), more versatile pocket folder offerings, and variable data direct mailers. Additionally, due to the increased efficiency and shorter run times, their capacity has increased without the need for press operator overtime.
“The installation of the J Press at Fotorecord is especially exciting because it represents a trend we’re seeing in the industry of complete transition from offset to digital,” said Aarona Tesch, product manager, inkjet technologies, Fujifilm North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division. “The J Press has opened Fotorecord up to new types of business and, as a result, increased market penetration in the greater Pittsburgh area.”
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