Thomson-Shore, one of the Midwest’s largest book manufacturers, has added a new $2 million digital print center to allow clients to order quantities ranging from one book to 50,000.
“With the new digital print center, Thomson-Shore is not only investing in current customer needs, but also in its future as a leader in book manufacturing,” said Kevin Spall, Thomson-Shore’s chief executive officer. “More than simply investing in equipment, we’re investing in the technology to manufacture books with faster turn around times. The digital print center and other recent investments deliver quality, convenience and value.”
Thomson-Shore’s new digital printing option allows customers to easily transition back and forth between printing methods (short run digital or web offset) to adjust for market demand without fear of quality inconsistency. Clients have more choices to better manage inventory, cash flow, and obsolescence concerns.
“Times of uncertainty and change are the best times to make investments in our company,” Spall said. “The digital print center affords Thomson-Shore the ability to produce high quality output while still adhering to the strict run size and speed standards that our customers demand. ”
Since late 2008, Thomson-Shore has invested more than $12 million in new state-of-the-art equipment and technologies.
More information on Thomson-Shore website.