SGIA has announced the recipients of the 2016 Sustainability Recognition Program Award.
The recipients of SGIA’s 2015 Safety Recognition Award have been recognized for completing diligent safety program.
GFX International reacted quickly when a severe storm hit its headquarters in Grayslake, Illinois, earlier today.
The Inca Print Run Controller (PRC) software is helping GFX International ensure the right print materials get to the right location.
GFX International in Grayslake, IL, has acquired an Inca Onset S50i UV digital flatbed press. GFX, a long-standing partner of Fujifilm and Inca, was the first in North America to preview the new digital technology.
INDUSTRY NEWS Uniting to Fight Global Climate Change NEW YORK—Representatives from Time Inc., Pictorial Offset and Eastman Kodak joined forces to speak “green” during a recent seminar sponsored by the Advertising Production Club (APC) of New York and Partnership in Print Production (P3) at The Yale Club here. The keynote sustainability panel addressed the topic of how to “Fight Global Climate Change by Cutting Through the Green Fog,” which focused on sustainabiity issues in printing and advertising. Speakers included David Refkin, Time Inc.’s director of sustainable development; Nick Patrissi, Eastman Kodak’s manager of market development; Don Carli, panel moderator and research fellow at
New UV Web Press Off to Big Start at MCW Printing LOUISVILLE, KY—After a year of preparation, MCW Printing debuted its new Manugraph DGM 440 web offset press equipped with UV curing capabilities. MCW is a publications printer and publisher that produces 45 monthly regional farming and equipment magazines. According to Philip Blair, general manager, pre-installation work included floor reconstruction, putting in new electrical transformers, installing a new air conditioning unit for the renovated pressroom, purchasing new software and numerous other upgrades. MCW Printing held an open house to celebrate the launch of the new press, and hundreds of printers from a three-state area