Monday, October 10, 2005

JJT Inc. moves from Massachusetts to NYC

I received a press release from JJT (via the IMAGELIB discussion list) about their move. Here's some excerpts from the press release:
  • JJT, Inc....announced the relocation of its production facility from Plymouth, Massachusetts to 231 West 29th Street in New York City.
  • ... JJT has the proven experience to digitize art, film, video or paper to client specifications. JJT also offers on-site digital capture and document scanning of historical archives for projects big and small.
  • JJT has also expanded its services to include a wide array of capture and 20 conversion of textual formats. Scanning, markup, re-keying and/or OCR options for texts, manuscripts and microfilm are now offered at competitive rates.
Since some vendors are very secretive, I'm pleased to see JJT working to get this news of a new location "out there."

1 comment:

Tim Russell said...

Thank you very much for the update Jill.

JJT is still maitaining an administrative office in MA, but, as you pointed out, NYC is now our primary production location. In addition to the work this office produces we can also provide an on-site solution for clients with collection material that is, for one reason or another, unable to leave the facility where it is housed.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions you have about JJT. My name is Timothy Russell and I am the manager of the operations end of the company. I would be more than happy to discuss your projects with you.

Phone: 508-747-9889