A panel of judges deliberated over a selection of technology nominations which highlighted the dynamic nature of the industry.
Graphic Communications students from across the country participated in the Annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference.
PI blogger Deborah Corn caught up with Eric Hawkinson of Canon Solutions America, who discussed a surprise product shown at drupa 2016.
The drupa 2016 data sheet, recently issued by Messe Düsseldorf, provides a complete breakdown of attendance results for the world's largest trade fair for print and cross-media solutions, that ran from May 31 and June 10, in Düsseldorf, Germany. Some of the information captured in this data sheet includes: the total number of exhibitors, space, total number of visitors, top 10 countries of origin, average length of stay for visitors, as well as additional information.
On the eve of Graph Expo, industry leaders will be inducted into Idealliance’s Soderstrom Society during the Soderstrom Awards Dinner.
Patent trolls are impacting the survival, growth, and development of printing and related companies.
The Graphic Communication Institute at Cal Poly will offer a two-day workshop, “Color Management and Press Optimization,” Aug. 22-23.
Printing Industries Alliance is sponsoring The Post Drupa Report on Aug. 18. Among the presenters will be Canon, Xerox, Konica Minolta.
The Fall Issue of Book Business, Printing Impressions' sister publication, will once again feature the Top 20 Book Manufacturers ranking. Book Business relies on self-reported data and we are calling on printers to submit their information in order to be considered for the annual ranking.
A proposed deal between RR Donnelley (RRD) and Xerox, introduced by the printer and rejected by the press manufacturer, would have been structured as a Reverse Morris Trust, a tax-efficient approach that would enable RRD to reap a small premium. RRD's executives reportedly would have taken control and Xerox would have absorbed several million dollars in cost cuts.