Printing Impressions magazine and co-sponsor Rochester Institute of Technology jointly announce the 32nd induction class for the Printing Impressions/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame. They are Tom Metzger of Metzgers in Toledo, Ohio; Laura Lawton-Forsyth of Lawton Printing in Spokane, Wash.; Andy Lyke of Ripon Printers in Ripon, Wis.; and Zarik Megerdichian of 4over in Glendale, Calif.
In 2016, mailing list gaffes simply shouldn’t happen. But one might have cost the University of Michigan a prized football recruit.
Our second 2016 Printing Impressions/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame reveal is the top exec for a fourth-generation Northwestern commercial printer. This company has developed numerous specializations and has carved out a niche by serving chambers of commerce nationwide. This executive is only the fifth female to join the ranks of the Hall of Fame. Ladies and gentlemen, please put your hands together for...
Bill Duerr, the president of Hatteras, in Tinton Falls, N.J., logged his first hours with the company while scraping paint at 14 years old. Now, at the spry age of 32, Duerr is definitely an old soul, proud of his firm’s reputation for providing quality work, on time and as promised. That reputation was forged through trust and the hard work of Hatteras’ 300-employee team (and it is a team effort, as the company shirts will attest).
Publishers Press, a 150-plus-year-old printer, is closing down its plant in Shepherdsville, Ky., within the next year, transitioning all work and employees to its Lebanon Junction facility by Jan. 1, 2017, WDRB-TV reported. This move will, among other things, enable the company to invest in new equipment.
Our first 2016 Printing Impressions/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame reveal is the top exec for a $50 million Midwestern commercial printer with a reputation for sterling quality and outstanding customer service. The firm is known as the printer's printer, for doing the overflow work of some of the industry's largest print providers. Ladies and gentlemen, please put your hands together for…
The trend toward cross-training needs to continue not only at the more highly-evolved facilities, but everywhere.
Poor customer service is inexcusable, even when the customer is being a bit unreasonable. The underlying problem could be complacency.
For the first time in more than 20 years, Graph Expo 16 will not be located in Chicago.
Quad/Graphics’ minority investment in marketing specialist Rise Interactive speaks volumes regarding its multichannel commitment.
Many printers have noticed that their existing customers are already purchasing wide-format printing…from other PSPs.
With the United States establishing relations with the island nation of Cuba, it's only natural to think about what opportunities this could present for American printers and technology providers. Print broker guru Vince Mallardi checks in from his own island paradise, Hawaii, to speak with Erik Cagle about how U.S. companies can play any number of roles in the development of Cuba's printing industry.
Mary Lee Schneider, the new president and CEO of SG360°, a Segerdahl company, didn't picture herself sitting in the captain's chair of another printing industry heavyweight following her successful 20-year career with RR Donnelley. But SG360° provided a fresh approach to the market, one she couldn't resist.
A proposed deal between RR Donnelley (RRD) and Xerox, introduced by the printer and rejected by the press manufacturer, would have been structured as a Reverse Morris Trust, a tax-efficient approach that would enable RRD to reap a small premium. RRD's executives reportedly would have taken control and Xerox would have absorbed several million dollars in cost cuts.
The printing industry has never lacked for excitement when it comes to the topic of 3D printing.