This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from GRAPH EXPO 15, along with the 2015 Must See 'Ems Winners. Other news highlighted is from Quad/Graphics, and Komori America made several announcements that includes Screen Americas, SG360°, and The Ellis Group. Other news making headlines this week is from Landa Digital Printing, Quebecor, Epicomm, and the Gold Ink Awards and Hall of Fame Gala. The 2015 Hall of Fame class included Jack Glacken of TGI in Philadelphia, Norvin Hagan of Geographics in Atlanta, Andy Mandell of Data-Mail in Newington, Connecticut, and Niels Winther of Think Patented in Miamisburg, Ohio.
McQuiddy, a Nationwide Argosy Solutions company, has been sold to Geographics Inc. of Atlanta, according to The Tennessean.
NASHVILLE, TN—McQuiddy, a Nationwide Argosy Solutions company and a staple of the business community here for more than 100 years, has been sold to Geographics Inc. of Atlanta, according to The Tennessean. McQuiddy employees were informed of the sale last week and its 83,000-square-foot plant was being auctioned off online.
McQuiddy, a Nationwide Argosy Solutions company and a staple of the business community in Nashville, TN, for more than 100 years, has been sold to Geographics Inc. of Atlanta, according to The Tennessean. McQuiddy employees were informed of the sale last week.
Printing Industries of America’s 2012 Officers include: Chair of the Board—Laura Lawton-Forsyth, Lawton Printing; First Vice Chairman—Timothy J. Burton, Burton & Mayer; Second Vice Chairman—Jeff Ekstein, Willow Printing Group; Secretary—David A. Olberding, Phototype; and Treasurer—Michael S. Wurst, Henry Wurst.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ August 2011 edition, featuring items on The Foresight Group and Mercury Print Productions.
Commercial printing industry news briefs, including items on Edwards Brothers, Vertis, Quad/Graphics, EarthDigital, Ken Rizzo, Indoff and Geographics.
ATLANTA—Geographics Inc., a commercial printer and solutions provider of integrated marketing campaigns, has opened a technology center at its corporate campus here. The center will enable Geographics to partner with clients to take advantage of new media technology and innovation in their marketing and advertising programs.
Geographics acquired 60,000 square feet of additional space to accommodate the technology center and growth in its marketing services division. The center enables the company to partner with clients to take advantage of new media technology and innovation in their marketing and advertising programs.
PRINTING USED to be synonymous with pollution. But, not anymore. One thing that’s constant in this world is change. And 2007 was a milestone year for earth-friendly initiatives in the commercial printing industry. Last year, lots of printers of all sizes started turning green, while many others turned greener still. Printing companies are becoming stewards of the environment… in the paper they buy, the ink they use and the less VOCs they emit. New and improved vegetable-based inks and recycled paper grades are more available. Paper manufacturers and print providers are earning Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) chain-of-custody certifications. Printers