InoTec Introduces Innovative High-Volume Scanner

Frederick, Md. – German scanner manufacturer InoTec has always specialized in high-volume devices. It has outdone itself with its new innovative 800 series, which was shown at the recent CEBIT show in Germany. The scanners’ top rated speed is 300 ppm/600 ipm at 300 dpi in color. The devices also …

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Integrated Scanning Of America Joins Crowley Imaging

Move Allows Crowley to Strengthen West Coast Conversion Services

Frederick, MD and Newbury Park, CA – Christopher Crowley, owner and president of The Crowley Company, a world leader in imaging equipment and conversion services, announced today that the company has reached an agreement to acquire the assets of Integrated Scanning of America …

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Konica Minolta to Market UScan+ Desktop Scanner

Compact Scanner to Offer Capture and Routing of Micrographic Images

Ramsey, NJ – Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announces the forthcoming availability of the UScan+ microform scanner resulting from a partnership with The Crowley Company, a leading manufacturer of digital and analog film technologies. Developed by the …

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The Crowley Company Begins Shipping UScan+

Universal Film Scanner Only Unit on Market with USB3 Capability

Frederick, Md. – Crowley Company president Christopher Crowley announces the formal entrance of the UScan+ Universal Film (UF) reader/scanner into the digital imaging market this week. “The original UScan, which came to market in June 2012, was quickly embraced by end-users for …

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Expert’s Corner: How to Preserve and Recover Documents After a Disaster

In his latest Expert’s Corner, Michael Keating outlines ways that manufacturers can preserve important documents after a disaster. This is Keating’s fifth in a series on disaster planning and recovery. Future installments in his disaster series will cover disaster preparation training for manufacturers and web resources and disaster guides for …

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EPM to Focus on Film: Crowley Takes Over Hardware Sales

Eastman Park Micrographics (EPM) has refined its business with the recent launch of a wholly owned subsidiary, Eastman Park Micrographics Equipment (EPME). EPME will focus on the distribution of EPM’s Imagelink hardware and software. In addition, EPME has signed on the Crowley Company to handle all its sales and marketing. …

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Crowley Signs Worldwide Equipment Distributor Agreement with EPM Equipment,LLC

Frederick, Maryland and Dallas, Texas – Christopher Crowley, president of The Crowley Company, and William Oates, owner of Eastman Park Micrographics, Inc. (EPM), announce they have reached an agreement to combine experience and talents in EPM Equipment, LLC (EPME), an equipment-focused EPM wholly-owned subsidiary.  The agreement is effective immediately; the …

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