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Michigan Web Press has gone green with their latest piece of technology thanks to the addition of process-free Kodak Sonora Plates. “The benefits are really something to be excited about,” said Michigan Web Press General Manager Todd Hagerman. “Not only does this mean we are chemical-free, we are also using less energy and less water. It is truly the green way to go.”

Process free plates also allow clients’ work to go to press faster, reduce maintenance costs and provide a cleaner and safer work environment. An added benefit is that pro- cess free plates eliminate the variability from processing, which improves consistency and quality for Michigan Web Press clients. “Committed to Print,” for more than 20 years, the commercial web-offset printing company prints more than 150 different daily, weekly and monthly newspapers and peri- odicals from throughout Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. The company’s clients include The County Press, View Newspapers, C&G News- papers, The Monroe News, The (MSU) State News and The (UM) Michigan Daily. In addition to printing, the company also performs preprint inserting, bindery services and direct mail fulfillment. Michigan Web Press’ commitment to serve its customers begins with its commitment to reinvest in equipment and technology. Along

Michigan Web Press goes green thanks to process-free plates

with the new process free places, Michigan Web Press is also home a Goss Magnum printing press capable of producing a 48-page full-color newspaper at 40,000 copies per hour.

Michigan Web Press recently installed a third newspaper inserting machine which doubled their inserting capacity.

dergone significant change in recent years, Michigan Web Press’ clients have perse- vered. “Michigan alone has more than 300 newspapers publishing over 9 million printed

The company prides itself on high-qual- ity printing and exceptional customer service. Hagerman talks about Michigan Web Press’ customer focus: “Our responsibility to our customers is two-fold. First, we must stay on top of printing technology to deliver the best printed product at the lowest cost to our customers. Secondly, we must make sure we un- derstand our customers’ changing needs and show them how to utilize printing technology to their greatest benefit.”

Michigan Web Press with its staff of more than 80 employees operates 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week to give their customers fast turn- around times. Hagerman is proud of the company’s track record when it comes to meeting customers’ dead- lines. “We rarely miss a delivery dead-

line. We understand the importance of getting the printed news delivered to our customers’ readers on time and we do whatever it takes to make that happen every single day.”

“That means we can turn around orders even faster for our customers,” said Hagerman.

While the newspaper business has un-

copies a week. Print remains a viable medium. Community newspapers, like those we print, continue to serve a vital role for their readers and advertisers,” Hagerman explains.

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