PHOENIXVILLE — Epic Litho, an award-winning printing and packaging service provider in the mid-Atlantic region, hosted an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at its Phoenixville headquarters for more than 200 clients, customers and employees to officially celebrate the rebranding of the company and unveil its newest press, the Komori Lithrone G40.
In mid-September, the company launched a rebranding initiative, changing its name from BentleyRowland to Epic Litho. The change was in response to a shift in market needs, as the company sought to more accurately reflect the passion, innovation and focus on high quality printing and customer service that Epic Litho has consistently provided its clients for more than 40 years.
“We are excited to introduce our customers and our local business community to the new Epic Litho brand,” said Jim Rowland, president of Epic Litho. “We pride ourselves on being an innovative and forward-thinking company, and now our name accurately represents that same vision and passion. This is also a perfect opportunity to showcase Epic Litho’s state-of-the-art facility that has allowed us to continuously meet the growing needs and demands of clients as we have evolved within the industry.”
The ribbon cutting ceremony focus on the recent installation of the Komori Lithrone G40 press, making Epic Litho the first company in the mid-Atlantic region to offer the high-performance, environmentally-friendly press. Having a maximum printing speed of 15,000 sheets per hour, the Lithrone G40 press is one of the fastest commercial printers available, and this new equipment further separates the company from its competitors – locally and regionally.
“The advanced technology offered with the Komori Lithrone press, demonstrates the genuine commitment to innovation, customer service and support at Epic Litho, and we’re eager to share this accomplishment with the public,” added Rowland. “The installation of this press will allow us to continuously provide our customers with the unique, one-of-a-kind and advanced services that they cannot receive elsewhere in the region.”
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