Hudson Printing houses new Landa S10P printing press – covering printing inks, coatings and allied industries


Hudson Printing of Salt Lake City is now home to a new Landa S10P nanographic printing press. The installation is in progress.

“Quality is paramount here,” said CEO Paul Hudson. “Our customers won’t compromise on color – that’s what we’re known for.”

The unique and extensive color range of the Landa S10P; better economy; and higher productivity made Hudson’s decision to choose the S10P press straightforward. The Landa S10P 7 colors will reproduce 96% of Pantone colors.

“The S10P ticked all of our boxes,” said Hudson. “We needed the speed, the B1 format and the best color available. Over time, it has become clear that Landa’s benefits are several orders of magnitude greater.

While a stable of offset and digital presses will continue to produce Hudson Printing’s burgeoning commercial, magazine, catalog, book and direct mail materials, Hudson and his team plan to migrate the work of both types of press. to the Landa S10P. “It’s the perfect machine to bridge the gap between these two robust workflows,” he said.

As an example, Hudson lists the millions of coins it enters the mail stream each month. “We have big direct mail jobs that can take tens or even hundreds of hours on digital presses,” he says, “but when you switch to the Landa, you not only have a lot of sheet size. larger with B1 (41 ”); you also get much faster in-line production and coating speeds.


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