Founded in 1854 the Cleveland Daily Banner is one of the oldest newspapers in the state of Tennessee. imPRESSions Worldwide recently upgraded their Presslines to increase color capacity from 4 pages to 12 pages. iW added one Quad-Stack four color tower to each of their two Atlas Presslines. The two lines run in a parallel “cross associated” fashion and webs can cross over to create larger newspapers and/or multiple sections. The WebPress Quad-Stack is a compact, low profile four color tower built in the USA. The two Quad-Stacks for Cleveland were cleaned, repaired and new rubber rollers were installed at our factory in Burlington, WA. The project was spread out over a period of several months and particular 48-hour installation windows were strategically targeted in order to execute the job without stalling production. Approximately half of each Pressline was dismantled and relocated to make room for the new Quad-Stack towers. By January of 2018 both Presslines were running at the new higher level of capacity.
“I have signed the attached Installation Acceptance Sheet. We are very pleased with the job you and your crew have done for us. All of you are true professionals. We feel we have begun a relationship with a company we can depend on for many years into the future. I, personally feel, I have new friends I can call on for advice on many different levels. Thank you for everything.”
Sincerely, Ralph Baldwin – Publisher
Cleveland Daily Banner