Think Patented of Dayton, OH, will be awarded the Management Plus program’s highest honor, the William K. Marrinan Hall of Fame Award, in addition to a 2011 Management Plus Gold Award. “Management Plus Award-winning companies demonstrate clearly their commitment to excellence in every managerial and operational area of their business, including interactions with their employees, customers, suppliers, and the community at large,” said NAPL President and CEO Joseph P. Truncale, Ph.D.
Commercial printing industry news from Printing Impressions’ January 2011 edition, featuring William Charles Printing.
The Unisource Worldwide Matching Challenge Grant has resulted in $100,000 of new financial support from the industry, along with adding 15 new supporters to the council ranks. “This additional support will fund new initiatives as well as support the ongoing programs of The Print Council, such as the Print in the Mix clearinghouse of print market research and the successful Print Delivers seminars.”
Dome evaluated many cities and after careful analysis of several key factors, San Mateo was selected because it is centrally located to existing clients and is efficiently accessible for Dome’s delivery fleet. This location will allow for more consistent and thorough support to clients and prospective businesses in the Bay Area.
Within the first month of Unisource’s $100,000 Challenge Grant to The Print Council, six companies have signed up and joined together to promote the power of print. They are NewPage, Hewlett Packard, Neenah Paper, PrintingforLess.com, MSP Digital Marketing LLC, CRW Graphics, PennLitho, Dome Printing, and HBP Inc.
The commercial web and sheetfed printer has purchased two Heidelberg Stitchmaster ST 450 professional saddlestitchers to be installed in June.
NAPL will honor 18 graphic communications companies for their overall management excellence by presenting them with 2009 Management Plus Awards at the organization’s 2010 Top Management Conference in San Marco, FL, on February 16.
Quebecor World ushered in the opening of its new co-mailing facility in Somerset, NJ, with the addition of two new 30-pocket machines. The new capacity allows more publishers and catalogers to take advantage of the benefits of co-mailing. Quebecor chose the Somerset mail consolidation site due to its strategic proximity to the densely populated Northeast.
SACRAMENTO, CA—Dome Printing, a 40-year-old fixture in Northern California, has opened Dome Direct, a 40,000-square-foot digital printing, direct mail and fulfillment center. The new plant complements the company's existing capabilities and brings its overall operating space to 135,000 square feet. Dome began offering mailing to its customers in 2005. It also provides sheetfed, web and digital printing, as well as in-line finishing.
Dome Printing is pleased to officially open the Dome Direct, digital print, direct mail and fulfillment center. The new 40,000 square foot facility located on North 10th Street will complement the full service Dome continues to offer its customers and create a total of 135,000 square feet of manufacturing.