Aaron Day, CEO of Printing Consolidation Co., has acquired Dickinson Press and Kingsport Book, and is seeking more book manufacturers.
The tax overhaul preserves deductibility of advertising business expenses, lower corporate tax rates, enables accelerated depreciation.
PIA President and CEO Michael Makin discusses the launch of a new printing, packaging and publishing advocacy initiative.
Walter Hantscho, Nelson Eldred and Gilbert Bachman each contributed to the overall advancement of the U.S. printing industry.
Cenveo’s Chapter 11 saga includes serious allegations from a lender, resulting in a court ruling, and now two more plant closure.
It’s been 100 days since Memjet launched DuraLink inkjet technology. Printing Impressions interviewed Memjet’s Eric Owen to learn more.
Phase 3 has expanded its sales territory and bolstered its 40˝ sheetfed offset printing capacity with the purchase of The FLM Group.
Peter Schaefer, of New Direction Partners, discusses key strategies for proper succession planning in the printing industry.
Henry Freedman, of Technology Watch LLC, contends that the growth of electronic communication is actually driving more print demand.
Ray Monaco, former president of Printing Impressions, worked at NAPCO Media for 40 years before retiring in 2009. He died at age 82.
After 81 years, Palmer President Ed Rossini will relocate his business because the building has been sold to a residential developer.
All offset printing will move to Ann Arbor, Mich. Its offset facility in Lillington, N.C., will close, impacting about 100 positions.
Peter Schaefer, a principal at New Direction Partners, analyzes recent Chapter 11 filing and its impact on Cenveo and its creditors.
Darwin Deason filed a lawsuit to stop Fujifilm’s acquisition of Xerox. Xerox has responded to Deason and fellow shareholder Carl Icahn.
We are deep in the midst of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” proclaimed EFI CEO Guy Gecht during his opening keynote address at EFI C