Saving energy and reducing waste is what most people think about when it comes to being green. Heeter will focus on that goal and much more, implementing best practices that lead to continuous improvement, facility sustainability, and facility profitability.
We’ve added a new Rollem rotary die cutter this fall.
It’s integrated with our Moll finishing line which allows us to diecut, perf, score, fold, tip, and glue in one single pass. All with a single operator.
Check out how it die cuts and folds this brochure.
Carnegie Learning is a transformational math education company; it was planning a launch of a new iPad-based educational product. The Marketing Team sought design ideas from its partners at Heeter. Check out what they came up with…
We’re leasing an additional 14,100 square feet this fall in our fulfillment center (located at 701 Technology Drive). Our digital printing and fulfillment operations are driving this growth. That takes us…
Our Ricoh VC60000 inkjet web press has been a huge hit with customers since its installation in quarter 4 of 2015. In fact, we saw the number of digital pages at Heeter increase 202% in 2016. This rapid growth has continued in 2017.
Accordingly, we’ve taken steps to further grow this equipment’s throughput.
Pam Bena is Heeter’s newest Vice President of Finance.
Ms. Bena brings more than 30 years of business experience with a focus on accounting and finance. Previous to Heeter, Pam worked for various consulting and accounting firms as well as private businesses. More recently Pam served as Senior Vice President – Finance for a privately-held construction company. Read more…
Heeter became the first commercial printer in the United States to buy and install the Ricoh VC60000 inkjet web press in 2015. In 2016 this new press increased the number of digital pages printed at Heeter by 202%! That dramatic increase in production bandwidth prompted Heeter to invest in the Videk Camera System. Read more about the benefits.
While we invest significantly in new technology and presses, our success at Heeter comes down to our human assets.
With this in mind, Heeter has added a Human Resources teammate to supplement our resources to hire, train, retain and promote our growing team.
We live in a time of fast change.
My partner Tim Thomas and I cannot help but reflect on the massive changes going on in the economy in general and the print and communication industry more specifically. Let me tell you more…
There is a lot of excitement around Inkjet presses. In fact, a dedicated conference in late April focused fully on this hot topic. Kirk Schlecker, Heeter’s VP of Operations, participated on a panel which discussed how inkjet is the most disruptive technology in printing in hundreds of years.
The good news is that he forecasted the likely benefits that are likely to emerge from the massive learning that goes on around inkjet.