The USPS recently added $1.1 billion to its estimate of how many Forever Stamps it has sold that will never be used for postage.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from Quad/Graphics, Suttle-Straus, NPES (2016 Harold W. Gegenheimer Awards and NPES New Directors), and Verso. Also, be sure to look for upcoming coverage from the 2016 Digital Book Printing Conference on www.bookbusinessmag.com and www.piworld.com
Printers can easily outsource printable document and overflow print runs, as well as small and First Class mail jobs, using Web portal.
The chief executive of USPS was paid less than one tenth of what her counterparts at UPS and FedEx received last year.
In January 2017 President-elect Donald Trump will take office along with Republican majorities in both houses of the 115th Congress.
Suttle-Straus has announced that its new 22,000+-square-foot Imaging and Mailing Center in Waunakee, Wis., has been completed.
Printing Impressions’ Ashley Roberts and Annie Dimock, take a look at direct mail pieces inspired by upcoming holidays.
A new online survey found 54% of swing voters surveyed say they read political direct mail immediately upon receiving it.
NPES Director of Government Affairs Mark Nuzzaco addresses issues still before Congress that are important for the printing industry.