Expanding, relocating, or building a new printing facility is a sizable undertaking. Printing Plant Layout and Facility Design, Third Edition, presents best practices to help printers of all sizes develop optimum facility designs for their printing operations and support services, regardless of whether they are building a new facility, adding on to an existing building, acquiring a new plant, or rearranging the old one. Author A. John Geis offers insights into some of the following key considerations: * Area requirements * Site Planning * Moving into a larger facility * Information networking * Key considerations for web, sheetfed, and digital printers * Binding and finishing requirements * Environmental controls and utilities * Support services (shipping, receiving, storage, restrooms, lunch/vending areas, etc.) * Administrative/office areas * Materials handling
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This reference manual tells you everything you need to know about plant expansion. It includes dozens of illustrations-many of which give examples of floor plans that will help printers organize operating areas. The ideas presented in this book will help printing firms, primarily lithographers, develop the best facility design and layout for their printing operations and support services. A must-have reference regardless of whether they are building a new facility, adding on to an existing building, acquiring a larger plant, or rearranging the old one.About the Author:
A. John Geis, a registered professional engineer, is a consultant to the print and graphic communications industries. He is also the author of Materials Handling for the Printer.
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