The Week That Was
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In a blockbuster deal, Chicago-based LSC Communications has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Creel Printing, a privately-owned offset and digital printing company headquartered in Las Vegas. Creel has approximately 700 employees operating out of six facilities across the country, and is ranked among the top 10 largest publication and Top 50 commercial printers.
Quad/Graphics has recently invested in four new Heidelberg presses to support its commercial, packaging and in-store platforms.
The first layoffs will take place Oct. 6 at the Portland, Ore.-based secure card personalization, fulfillment and packaging operation.
Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM) Inc. has appointed Hide Tsukada to the position of president and CEO, and has announced two new divisions.
Gina Testa has retired from Xerox after 32 years. She weighs in on the state of the industry and how printers can remain successful.