Sandhills Publishing books Lincoln expansion

LINCOLN, Neb. — Sandhills Publishing is expanding in Lincoln with a state-of-the-art facility.

The expansion will accommodate both existing and imminent needs. Sandhills currently operates a Goss Sunday printing press, a G18 printing press, and two bindery lines, one of which is located in an on-campus warehouse space adjacent to the production facility due to space restrictions.

“The expansion will allow equipment and staff to be in one building once again, which will improve efficiencies in the production process in addition to opening up the warehouse for further development on the Sandhills campus,” said Sandhills’ Production Manager Birk Baker. “The decision to expand the production building will also prepare us for future equipment needs,” he notes.

The press building, where all of Sandhills’ domestically distributed publications are created and packaged for shipping, was constructed in 1990. The temperature- and humidity-controlled facility houses equipment for platemaking, binding, stitching, and trimming. Regular investments and improvements over the years have ensured that the facility houses some of the industry’s leading technologies—including an environmentally conscious direct-to-plate printing method—to minimize environmental impacts and create the best possible working conditions for employees.

Source: PR Newswire

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