BUSINESS NEWS: Morgan Printing makes changes ... Grand Rapids companies help deploy technology
Morgan Printing makes changes After operating for several years under the name Commercial Printing/Morgan Printing Inc., the company will operate under Morgan Printing Inc. exclusively. Operations were moved from 1506 Central Ave. to 910 Central Ave.
Morgan Printing makes changes
After operating for several years under the name Commercial Printing/Morgan Printing Inc., the company will operate under Morgan Printing Inc. exclusively. Operations were moved from 1506 Central Ave. to 910 Central Ave. N.E., Suite F, East Grand Forks.
The company's central plant is located in Grafton, N.D., and it's on the Internet at www.morgan
printing.com. Morgan Printing specializes in high-end four-color printing, newsletters, newspapers, inserts, business forms, personal stationery, advertising specialties, graphic design, finishing and mailing.
Jennifer Erickson recently joined Kelly Gray, sales manager, as an on-site print specialist. Erickson, a Middle River, Minn., native, worked before with Schoen and Associates as an interior designer.
Gray, who has been employed with Morgan Printing for two years as a graphic design specialist, was promoted to sales manager in October.
Grand Rapids companies help deploy technology
JDI Contracts and Northern Industrial Erectors, both based in Grand Rapids, Minn., helped deploy DryFining technology at Great River Energy's Coal Creek Station in Underwood, N.D.
DryFining refines lignite coal so that it burns more efficiently and releases fewer emissions into the air.
JDI provided construction and site management; NIE provided general contractor services plus startup service and construction maintenance during two years of construction.
A press release from the two companies said NIE employed more than 200 construction personnel while JDI provided 20 management and engineering jobs.