“The unique size of the Ryobi 920 series provides a very cost effective solution for our letter size booklet work, and enables us to compete for new business as well” said Richard Ghelerter, company founder and President.
Ryobi’s environment-friendly and low-energy consumption LED UV ink system is another reason for the purchase Ghelerter said. “Press sheets come out perfectly cured and are ready for bindery, no dry time required. This is a game changer for the industry, shorter lead times for offset print jobs are something our customers are always demanding, and now we can deliver”.
Ghelerter continued to explain that with Ryobi’s UV print process Apex Color can now offer jobs printed on synthetic papers and other special media.
Apex Color began in 1974 as Apex Business Forms, manufacturing unit sets, continuous forms and laser sheets for the trade. Over the years Apex expanded into commercial and digital printing but still remains exclusively a printer’s printer, serving distributors, brokers and print shops of all sizes throughout the Southeast and beyond.
For more information about Apex Color, visit www.apexcolor.net, or call 800-367-6790.
For more information on Ryobi presses, visit www.paperhandlingsolutions.com.