Zoo Printing adds its eleventh Komori Lithrone 40-inch press to support significant growth, expects to purchase an additional 10 within the next five years as it expands into new regions

ROLLING MEADOWS, Illinois , September 6, 2013 (press release) – Fast-growing Nationwide Trade Printer Increases its Capabilities with Komori LS40

Komori America Corporation, a premier manufacturer of printing presses, today announced that Zoo Printing recently added its eleventh Komori Lithrone 40-inch (LS40) press to support the significant growth the company is experiencing. Servicing the trade since 2001, Zoo Printing began its business with a Komori press and has grown through the last decade into a nationwide operation with multiple Komori presses in each of its three production facilities located in California, Kentucky and New Jersey. The company reports it stays loyal to Komori presses as its business continues to expand because they print faster than competitive models, are simple to operate and hold consistent color—all critical attributes to meet their requirement of aggressive turnaround without sacrificing quality.

In addition to the new press, Zoo Printing has also taken advantage of the KomoriKare Program that offers an entire line of value-added support that includes press upgrades, as well as the addition of feeder and PDC-SII upgrades, that enhance the productivity of their Lithrone presses.

“Our clients expect top quality print at wholesale prices with exceptionally fast turnaround. With Komori’s support we are able to exceed those expectations,” said Dan Doron, president of Zoo Printing. “In our business, it’s all about finding the best value in the industry and passing that value on to our clients. For us, Komori is unmatched in value.”

Zoo Printing plans to purchase another ten Komori presses in the next five years as it eyes expansions in new regions.

“To stay competitive, every print provider needs to find ways to slice away at production costs,” said Jacki Hudmon, senior vice president of sales for Komori America. “We value our long-term relationship with Zoo Printing and are especially pleased the company is taking advantage of the KomoriKare program by improving the performance of their pressroom equipment to meet its goals of speed-to-market and a higher level of both quality and productivity.”

About Komori America Corporation
Tokyo-based Komori Corporation, a premier manufacturer of printing solutions, provides excellent technology especially suited for today’s highly competitive printing marketplace. Delivering a high level in print quality coupled with impressively fast makeready and open systems architecture, Komori presses help printers achieve the higher productivity and efficiency levels essential for increased margins and business growth. Komori America Corporation headquarters are in Rolling Meadows, IL with sales and service organizations throughout North America.

About Zoo Printing
Zoo Printing, “The Low Price Leader,” is an online, wholesale, trade printer supporting print professionals including print brokers, graphic designers, printers, ad agencies, etc. Beginning in 2001, Zoo has grown to be an industry leader by featuring the nation’s fastest turnaround times, the largest selection of offset and digital products on the market, constantly evolving technology solutions and a focus on outstanding customer service. To further speed up turnaround times and increase savings, Zoo Printing recently added a UV lamp system to their existing presses. This gives them the ability to print and dry jobs on uncoated stock extremely fast and add UV coating inline. In addition to its corporate offices in Los Angeles, Zoo Printing currently has production facilities throughout the U.S. in California, Kentucky and New Jersey with plans to expand into new regions.

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