New York, NY, April 20, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- ABG Print announced today that it has increased production speed by 40 percent after adding new bindery equipment into its New York City based print facility. The new technology was added due to an increased demand and volume for same day and overnight printing from its financial and corporate clients.
“Our ability to meet tight deadlines with short turn around times is absolutely critical,” said Michael J. Mulligan, President of ABG Print. “Most of our clients either want presentations next day or in a matter of a few hours and expectedly so. New York City is a competitive market. Our intent is to offer the best combination of service, quality and price in New York City. We provide this powerful combination and competitive edge to all of our clients.”
ABG’s latest addition, the Digipunch, which punches up to 30K sheets in just one hour, runs almost double the speed of its predecessor. This allows ABG to keep speed high and maintain quick turn around times during job volume spikes.
“The printing is never an obstacle when it comes to speed,” said Mr. Mulligan. “It is the binding, punching and finishing that determines the turn around time. Many printing companies are caught up with ‘high speed presses,’ but in the end it’s about the technology that comes after the printing. That’s the real secret to calling your company fast.”
ABG Print has been New York City’s leading 24 hour printing company and provider of same day print communication for over 20 years. The company’s roots reside with the investment banking industry where files would come in between midnight and 2 am and they would then need to be printed, bound and finished for an early morning lender’s meeting. Its rich history and strategic set up to serve this particular vertical, has allowed for the company to flourish throughout the years and cater to other types of business.
“Though most companies do not function around the clock like the major investment banks, they still require fast, same day and overnight service. The luxury of being open around the clock allows us to print, bind and finish at any point of the day, thus accommodating more jobs and meeting turn around times other New York City printers absolutely can’t.”
About ABG Print (www.abgprint.com)
ABG Print.com (Advanced Business Group Inc.) is a document printing and distribution company for business to business in New York City. Businesses use ABG to seamlessly print, bind, finish and deliver documents quickly and perfectly.
The company’s print technology enables it to function more efficiently and in turn allows its clients to work quickly and effectively by eliminating traditional bottlenecks experienced in print and delivery. ABG empowers clients to complete their printing, binding, finishing and delivery in as little as 4 hours, 24 hours a day. The company operates 24/7/365.
About Michael J. Mulligan
Michael J. Mulligan is the President and CEO of Advanced Business Group, Inc. (ABG Print), a New York City company he founded in 1992. ABG is a premier provider of graphic communications that offers print, image, and media services. Michael has been recognized as a highly accomplished visionary executive and in 2004 was selected by Administaff, Inc. as one of “38 Super Entrepreneurs” in a nationwide search.
Before starting ABG, Michael was the Vice President of Sales for M&C Corporation where he was responsible for leading the company’s sales and marketing functions. Additionally, Michael was responsible for developing strategies and plans for market opportunities and new product development. Prior to his role at M&C he was a member of the Client Relations team at Bowne & Company in New York City. He began his career in Graphic Communications at Scott Printing Corporation.
Currently, Michael serves as a member of the Board of Directors of The CEO TV Show, a nationally syndicated TV program in Connecticut. The show features discussions with top CEOs in America and how they have reinvented their industries through customer experience.
Michael has also served on the Board of Directors for Community of Unity, a Harlem based educational project. Over the past 17 years Michael has been an active member of: New York City Rescue Mission, The Street Project, Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City and the National Association of Printing Leadership.
Michael is a United States Merchant Marine Officer and a Licensed Captain in the United States Coast Guard. He holds a B.A. and M.A. from City University of NJ, a M.A. from Kean University and is currently enrolled in graduate studies at the Center for GA Management, New York University. Michael has completed two years of study in the Strategic Coach Leadership Program in Chicago, Illinois. Prior to the Leadership Program, Michael completed a certificate in Finance at Harvard Business School. His particular areas of interests are new market identification, strategic thinking and problem solving. Michael can be reached at 212.398.1010.