This week Julie Greenbaum highlights Allied Printing Services, Heidelberg, Michael Makin and Printing Industries of America, The 2015 Capitol Hill Fly-In, Dreamworks Graphic Communications, Menasha, Integrity Graphics and Excelsior Printing, Japan Pulp and Paper Company and Gould Paper, and EFI.
We’ll share industry data on the emerging services that printers are offering their customers as they make the digital transformation.
Heidelberg is underlining its reorientation with the launch of a new brand identity.
At the fifth annual Print’s Voice Capitol Hill Fly-In, printing industry executives contacted 80 congressional offices.
Michael Makin, president and CEO of PIA, delivers a message to association members.
Ways commercial printers can use existing digital workflow and printing assets to enter the folding carton market.
If you were to walk into the production areas of several printers anywhere in North America, you would undoubtedly observe something they all have in common. No, it’s not the equipment. Nor is it the facility design. It’s the average age of their employees.
I spoke recently at a user group meeting composed largely of commercial printers when the topic of the 'Cloud' came up. I was a bit surprised to hear a very high level of suspicion. I asked the audience: "Who is excited about the opportunities presented by the Cloud?" Two hands went up. "Who’s not?" About half the audience raised their hands. Multiple questions were put forward about data security, possible integration issues, and overall viability. The bad vibes were much stronger than I anticipated.
CEO Kimberly Lawton Koon on why Lawton Printers became Lawton Connect to reflect its integrated marketing communications offerings.
In its Spring 2015 State of the Industry Update, Epicomm reports sales growth faltered in the first quarter.