Two major industry events recently took place in Florida, about 10 days and some 200 miles apart: Graph Expo and thINK. Granted, it’s a bit unfair to compare commercial printing’s most important U.S. trade show to what’s rapidly become the world’s largest inkjet user conference. But they do illustrate an industry shift.
Well, it’s official. As reported on our industry news pages, RR Donnelley (RRD) has split into three separate, publicly held companies.
NPES Director of Government Affairs Mark Nuzzaco addresses issues still before Congress that are important for the printing industry.
Well, it’s official. As reported on the business wire earlier today, RR Donnelley (RRD) has split into three separate, publicly held companies. First revealed in August 2015, the breakup of the $11.7 billion conglomerate follows the latest corporate trend of “maximizing shareholder value” by creating more focused companies; in theory, the parts are more valuable than the whole. Similar moves, partly driven by activist investors, are in process at Xerox and already occurred at HP.
NPES/GASC President Thayer Long discusses Graph Expo 2016’s move from its traditional Chicago location to Orlando for the first time.
Sal Sheikh, VP Large Format, discusses a number of large-format tools at the Canon Solutions America booth.
Mal Baboyian discusses the customer reaction to the U.S tradeshow debut of Canon’s Océ VarioPrint i300 at Graph Expo 16.
Gavin Jordan-Smith, VP of Solutions and Production Planning at Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., talks trends, partnerships.
Jennifer Kolloczek, senior manager, product planning and marketing for Canon USA, discusses the imagePRESS C850.
Dino Pagliarello of Konica Minolta Business Solutions, discusses the company’s relationship with MGI, as well as booth highlights.
Brian Dollard of Canon USA, provides an overview of the major attractions at his company’s booth, including the Océ VarioPrint i300.
Game-changing inkjet printing investments have helped Christine Soward transition DMS ink into leading provider of critical documents.
John Farina, of The Icarus Group, is facing theft charges for keeping $215,000 provided to broker the sale of used printing equipment.
Pete Studer talks about Impact’s new full-color Océ ColorStream 3900 Z and VarioPrint i300 inkjet presses from Canon Solutions America.
Canon has embraced a tagline, "See Impossible," which brings focus to a misconception that what may appear impossible for an organization to achieve, can be entirely possible through an unwavering company-wide commitment to teamwork, product innovation and a strong focus on the customer. That message was driven home during a two-day Canon summit held last month for press and analysts at Canon Americas’ headquarters here.