Direct Edge, with two locations in Orange County, CA and site in Denver, CO, added the J Press 750S to their lineup after much success with the previous generation J Press 720S. After experiencing the versatility and efficiency of that machine, they were eager to update their unit to accommodate larger paper sizes (6-up vs. 4-up), resulting in an increase in operations efficiency and improved ROI.
The new J Press has allowed Direct Edge to move projects off presses that cost more money to run and have a lot of material waste, increasing cost savings and sustainability that will directly benefit its customers. Direct Edge uses multiple print platforms – wide format and narrow format, both conventional and digital, to be able to provide their customers with a complete printing solution, bolstered by the capabilities of the J Press.
“The investment in their new J Press 750S will continue to deliver on the business expansion they’ve been experiencing and increased operations efficiency for Direct Edge,” said Tom Pokorny, director, product management, Fujifilm North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division.