Scot Adkins has joined Great Lakes Integrated (GLI) as the company's new president and COO. Adkins, a long-time veteran of the printing and packaging industry, comes to GLI from Rohrer Corp. in Wadsworth, Ohio, where he most recently served as president. "I have known Scot for many years through our involvement in various professional printing organizations, and he is ideally suited to lead GLI’s day-to-day operations going forward. We look forward to his contributions," comments James Schultz, chairman of the board and CEO of GLI.
Colbert will move its flexographic packaging operation, related services to Kenosha, Wis., to a new 173,000-square-foot building.
NPES Director of Government Affairs Mark Nuzzaco addresses issues still before Congress that are important for the printing industry.
Dean Baker has taken the helm as president at Intelligencer, a commercial printing and direct mail services firm in Lancaster, Pa.
The GPO Public Documents Distribution Center in Pueblo, Colo., is celebrating its 45th anniversary.
Bruce Irvine, owner of Atlanta-based Proforma Irvine Group, plans to more than double his business next year.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about RR Donnelley, LSC Communications and Donnelley Financial Solutions; Hurricane Matthew and Southeastern Printers; Harte Hanks; and HP, NAPCO Media, nGage Events (Digital Packaging Summit and Inkjet Summit).
Arita Nicholas’ growing commercial printing business showed great promise, but it also had a pretty big problem.
Harte Hanks will close a plant in Maryland, reportedly resulting in the layoff of 112 employees, notes the Baltimore Business Journal.