A newly formed company named Kappa Printing Management Associates (KPMA) will be led by Eric Roberts as president.
Philadelphia-based Bartash Printing has appointed Keith Fisher vice president, finance and administration.
Jack Ricciuti has joined Bartash Inc. in Philadelphia as vice president of manufacturing. Ricciuti brings over 30 years of industry experience in publications to his new position, having most recently served at Evergreen Printing, in Bellmawr, NJ.
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ October 2013 edition, featuring Classic Graphics, Bartash, Design Distributors, Canfield & Tack
“Not only did Bartash need to obtain funding as its current lender was ceasing financing to large manufacturers, the company was also in the early stages of a substantial turnaround,” remarked Leo Pound, president of Pound Consulting, who is working with Bartash during the company’s turnaround.
Starting a print magazine about technology seems like a case of the
message killing the medium. But not to Mel Gomez. He just wanted a
magazine that spoke to him—in two languages. So Gomez, the director
of niche publishing for the Southwest Philly-based Bartash
Printing, started Tek Lado, which hit the street Sept. 27,
bearing the tagline, "A technology and pop culture magazine for the
new bilingual generation."
Tek Lado will publish bimonthly (the next issue is due in late November), but Gomez foresees a switch to monthly publication by April.
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions' August 2010 edition.
Bartash will substantially increase productivity at its Philly plant with the purchase of three 4-high towers and one folder.
WHAT IS there not to love about the state of Pennsylvania? “This is the land of Ben Franklin, and his most conspicuous craft is printing,” notes Eric Roberts, director of sales for Philadelphia-based Bartash Printing. Roberts echoes his fellow Philadelphia-area and eastern Pennsylvania printers when it comes to the chief advantage they enjoy as businesses: the ability to reach as far north as New England and as far south as the Carolinas.