Offset Printing is Quicker at Nieman Printing with 12-Color Mitsubishi Perfector
Idle hands may make mischief, but idle assets cost money. That is why you will never see production equipment standing idle for any length of time at Nieman Printing.
“We strive to achieve a very high utilization rate for our assets,” stated Mike Nieman, president. “Our goal is to lead with technologies that are required by our customers. Over the years, we have found that if the customer is driving the technology, maximum use and potential are achieved.”
With this driving customer focus model, the Dallas-based printing company’s latest press acquisition—a 12-color Mitsubishi Diamond 3000R, featuring convertible perfecting with twin coaters—went into production last September. It runs virtually nonstop, including weekends. The 40-inch press became a big (literally, in that it is 120 feet from feeder to delivery) asset to an amply outfitted production facility with a 24/7 schedule.
“I would estimate that 20 to 25 percent of our large print work is produced on the 12-color press at this time,” said Matt Nieman, chief operating officer.
Founded in 1979, Nieman Printing operates in a 132,000 sq. ft. facility and offers one of the area’s strongest complements of equipment and services for quality visual print products to the commercial and trade markets. Its arsenal includes large- and small-format sheetfed offset presses, half-web and digital presses.