Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions’ December 2013 edition, including Heidelberg, RR Donnelley, Multi Packaging, Mercury Print Productions, Safeguard, Canfield & Tack, and Bell and Howell.
Canfield & Tack
Rochester, NY-based printing firm Canfield & Tack Commercial
Printing & Fulfillment, will cut the ribbon Tuesday on a
46,000-square-foot center at the Eastman Business Park.
The expanded facility, located in former Kodak Building 502, will give the commercial printer a warehouse, distribution, fulfillment and mailing center, allowing it to handle millions of pieces of printed materials annually to ship across the country.
The Rochester firms' latest expansion received a $6,120 sales tax exemption from COMIDA to purchase new mailing equipment.
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ October 2013 edition, featuring Classic Graphics, Bartash, Design Distributors, Canfield & Tack
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions’ July 2013 edition, including Consolidated Graphics's acquistion of Universal Printing, Dellas Graphics and Canfield & Tack, RR Donnelley, White Wolf Web printing, Ingram Content Group and Courier Corp., Temple-Inland and Phoenix Lithographing, the commercial printing division of The Phoenix Group, merging with Innovation Printing & Communications and Innovation Marketing.
The new owner of Dellas Graphics has eliminated 20 of 31 jobs at
the Syracuse (NY) printing company and moved much of its operations
to Rochester (NY).
Dellas Graphics employed 31 people at its printing plant at 835 Canal St. in Syracuse when the firm was acquired by Rochester-based Canfield & Tack Commercial Printing and Fulfillment on Nov. 12. Since then, about 16 employees have been laid off and four other jobs have been eliminated through attrition, said Canfield Chairman Ray Brown.
Canfield & Tack will keep about 11 employees in Syracuse as part of a reduced operation here, Brown said.
NAPL, the association for business management excellence, announced this year’s winners of the third annual RAVE Customer Satisfaction Awards.
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WASHINGTON, DC—Nearly 200 guests packed the National Building Museum in the nation’s capital for a black-tie gala as Sappi Fine Paper North America honored eight well known printing establishments with gold awards at the 2007 North American Printers of the Year reception held Saturday. The eight winners were: Williamson Printing in the annual reports category, with Jesse Williamson accepting. Canfield & Tack won the book category, with Dan Mahany accepting. Graphic Press, represented by Randy Ginsberg, took home top honors for brochures. DirectConnectGroup (HKM Marketing) topped the calendar category. Bob Lyons of RIS Paper accepted on behalf of DirectConnectGroup. Also winning were Kirkwood Printing, represented by