In a recent contract between The Kansas City Star and the Topeka Capital-Journal, both the entities have decided to print the Capital-Journal in the Kansas City. The Topeka paper printing will begin at the press pavilion of The Star, with effect from May 14.
“There will be notable improvement in the quality of the printed product and the Capital-Journal will be able to offer more options to its advertisers and subscribers,” said Randy Waters, The Star’s vice president of production.
The Star’s press plant is fully equipped with KBA Commander Presses owing to which there will be no harmful impact on the production capacity of papers.
Capital-Journal has outsourced the printer owing to the enhanced productivity and printing capacity of The Star. “This move is in no way a move away from the printed product, which remains a large and extremely important part of what we do.” said Capital-Journal publisher Gregg Ireland.