This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news, including Mark Michelson's live interview with Bob Poole, partner of DOME in Sacramento, CA. Other major announcements this week came from Allied Printing Services, Quad/Graphics, Grafika, MET Fine Printers and Rhino Print Solutions, Proforma Signature Solutions, Deluxe Corp., and Pitney Bowes.
Pitney Bowes celebrated its 95th anniversary by ringing the Closing Bell on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday.
The number of people delivering mail for the U.S. Postal Service is actually growing slightly.
USPS reduced the large price increases it previously proposed for light weight, low advertising magazines.
With traditional letter mail in slow decline, USPS is eager to bolster its finances by developing new lines of business.
One company is now offering to tell its clients when their catalogs are received torn, stained or otherwise damaged.
Rather than the usual, once-a-year increase, postal rates might go up, down, or do a loop-the-loop before the summer is over.
A new analysis explains just how much the USPS benefits from the subsidies it receives from the federal government.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news, including major news from the Graphic Arts Show Company, Sports Graphics and EFI, DocuCopies.com, ALLPRO Direct Marketing, MCD, Agfa Graphics, Pitney Bowes and HP, Cimpress, Finish Line Binderies and HF Group acquisition of The Riverside Group, Esko acquisition of MediaBeacon, B&D Binder and Index and The Tab Shoppe, Proforma, Sunrise Hitek, Nordis Direct and Canon Solutions America, Muscle Bound Bindery, GLS Cos. and MCS, Menasha and KBA, and Heidelberg.
Not satisfied with alterations made to a rate change request submitted earlier, the PRC once again returned the request to the USPS.