25 Apr An All-Inkjet In-plant
Last week, IPG editor Bob Neubauer paid a visit to the Riso Communications Center, the in-plant used by Riso to print the company’s marketing materials. Unlike at most in-plants, every piece of printing equipment in the shop is an inkjet printer.
Neubauer was invited to give a presentation about in-plants to Riso managers during the company’s internal sales meeting using the data in IPG’s “In-plant Trends and Services” report, which Riso sponsored. After that, he traveled to the company’s Woburn, Mass., facility to talk with Nestor Grullon, Production Print Specialist at the RCC.