SCREEN Americas Gets More Space

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Celebrating its 52nd anniversary in the US, SCREEN Americas will be relocating—in the Fall of 2020—to a larger, more fully resourced headquarters in Elk Grove Village, IL—about 15 minutes from the O’Hare Airport. The existing Rolling Meadows facility will be used for warehousing.

The new campus will be in a state-of-the-art technology park, and will include an equipment staging / shipping depot, increased office space and a leading-edge Customer Experience Center. Since 1975, the company has been headquartered in Rolling Meadows, IL, when its principal product was prepress image scanners. Steadily growing interest in SCREEN’s Truepress Jet line of high-speed inkjet presses has resulted in a growing number of customer visits, highlighting the need for the new Customer Experience Center.

The new Customer Experience Center will feature a comprehensive demonstration and training complex, demonstrating high-speed continuous feed solutions for the commercial print, direct mail, transactional and publishing markets. Supporting the company’s growth, SCREEN’s Service & Sales organizations will also be expanded, including the addition of service & product support technicians.
 

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