30 May 2013
C.J. Graphics buys second Heidelberg Speedmaster
TORONTO—C.J. Graphics is adopting a twin for its Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 105 press. The new machine will join the pressroom in June.

"Having not only one but two presses of this caliber will further enhance our productivity and overall capacity," said Dave Monette, director of manufacturing, in a statement.


Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 105

The 41" Heidelberg features automation for shorter makeready times and production speeds of up to 18,000 sheets per hour. Both of the company's machines have six-colour units plus inline coating.

C.J. Graphics offers a range of services in offset and digital printing, prepress and finishing. It is a member of the C.J. Group of Companies and was founded in 1981 by Jay Mandarino, chief executive officer and president.
Comments:
1. Litho Guy says:
30 May 2013 at 1:46 PM
Good for them, glad to see someone doing well and investing in traditional print models.
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