At the NPES 2016 Annual Conference and PRIMIR Fall Meeting, PRIMIR announced the recipients of its 2016 Service Awards.
Messe Düsseldorf has announced it will completely reconstruct the fairground’s South Entrance and, subsequently, Hall 1.
On Dec. 6, multiple marketing experts will provide insights during rapid-fire “INKsight Bursts” at Idealliance’s INKredible conference.
NPES awarded its Harold W. Gegenheimer Individual and Corporate Awards to Thomas Saggiomo and Air Motion Systems, respectively.
The New York Observer, bought in 2006 by Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, will end its print edition effective immediately.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about the Presidential Election and what it means for the industry (Printing Impressions' Mark Michelson interviews Michael Makin, president and CEO of Printing Industries of America; and Mark Nuzzaco, government affairs director at NPES). Other industry news that made headlines this week included news from Cimpress, Agfa, Printing Industries of America (the passing of Warren Wilkins, the founder of Webcom Limited), and the Graphic Arts Show Company.
With more states legalizing recreational use of marijuana, there is an opportunity for package printers to expand their offerings.
Workers in Burlington County are scrambling to hand count paper mail-in ballots after a printing error rendered them unscannable.
Since 2004, Heidelberg’s Americas Logistics Center has minimized production disruption by reducing delivery times for service parts.
Cimpress will open its first U.S. manufacturing operation in Reno, Nev., with plans to add 150 new jobs.