4over Inc. has opened a new operations center in Boston. As a result, the super trade printer now offers free local delivery.
Parent Company of Printing Impressions, NAPCO Media, partnered with the Electronic Document Scholarship Foundation (EDSF) to create the Youth in Print Scholarship. The scholarship was designed to give students interested in printing, Web page management, information technology and e-commerce the opportunity to pursue an education in the concentration of their choice.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from RR Donnelley, Quad/Graphics, NPES, 4over Inc., Graphic Systems North America (GSNA), Amazon, Circle Graphics, EFI, and Printing Impressions Editorial Director Mark Michelson's interview with rising industry star Nick Gawreluk.
A new 4over production center has been opened in Milton, Washington, to serve Seattle, Portland and the surrounding areas.
Visitors to 4over’s booth at SGIA 2015 will learn how they can maximize their profitability by “Outsourcing with Confidence.”
For those naysayers who believe that the 3D printing moniker is an accident of nomenclature, that it is truly additive manufacturing bearing little or no resemblance to the ink-on-substrates graphic arts, Paul Gardner has a little news for you. It may not be ink on paper but, as practices go, the director of innovation at Salt Lake City-based Hudson Printing believes there are more fundamental similarities than differences.
Announcing a brand new media sharing service called ArtArena where anyone can buy, sell and share media with fellow ArtArena members…
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news, including the Inkjet Summit that was held this week, along with other major announcements from Creel Printing and Goss, Polaris Direct and Xerox, SG360°, Freeport Press, Marketing Alliance Group, 4over and NAPCO Media.