Hagadone Printing

Hagadone Printing Sets Solar Energy Standard
October 26, 2011

The $2.7 million project will allow Hagadone to contribute excess energy produced back to the Hawaiian Electric Co. (HECO) grid, and is expected to pay for itself in about six years, saving Hagadone more than $160,000 in electricity costs in the first year alone.

The 1,408-panel array spreads across 25,000 square feet of existing roof space at Hagadone’s building on 274 Puuhale Road in Honolulu to power a quarter of the energy used by its administrative and printing operations.

Hagadone also underwent a state-of-the art energy retrofit of its building that included switching to a new type of frictionless chiller

Hagadone Printing Adds New Marketing, New-Media Division
August 24, 2010

The division, H1, was created for small and midsize businesses that don’t typically use a marketing firm because they often can’t afford one or aren’t sure if they need one, said Hagadone President Clint Schroeder. He said many firms need to upgrade their brand or image, but don’t know where to turn, which is why he decided to expand Hagadone’s services.

“They can’t run out and put an agency on retainer and they’re not interested in complete image refinement from electronic to printed collaterals,” he said. “All they need in some cases are transactional electronic solutions...

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May 1, 2010

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Hagadone Printing Executive Stepping Down
April 9, 2010

HONOLULU—Erwin Hudelist, president of Hagadone Printing, will exit his post later this year due to health issues, the Honolulu Advertiser is reporting. The Austrian-born Hudelist has been at the helm of Hagadone Printing since 1998. A successor has not been chosen. Hudelist has served as president of the Hawaii Printer's Association.

Printing Impressions 400
December 1, 2007

NOW IN its 24th year, the Printing Impressions 400 (special pull-out section) provides the industry’s most comprehensive ranking of the leading printing companies in the United States and Canada. The listings include company name and headquarters location; parent company, if applicable; current and previous year’s rankings; most recent and previous year’s fiscal sales; percentage change; primary specialties; principal officer(s); and number of employees, manufacturing plants and total press units. (Download a PDF version of the entire listing by clicking here.) For information on the complete list with contact and address details, please view Printing Impressions Top 400 datacard. Financial information for the

‘Best Workplace’ Winners Chosen
December 1, 2007

PITTSBURGH—The PIA/GATF bestowed 47 companies with 2007 Best Workplace in the Americas awards. Honorees were selected by a committee of HR experts from within the industry, with 18 companies given Best of the Best distinctions. Entries are judged on criteria including management practices, work environment, training and development opportunities, recognition and rewards, workplace health and safety, financial security and work-life balance. Best of the Best Small companies (up to 100 employees): Crescent Printing, Onalaska, WI; Grant Dahlstrom/The Castle Press, Pasadena, CA; Label World, Rochester, NY; and Vox Printing, Oklahoma City. Medium-size companies (101–250 employees): Communicorp Inc., Columbus, GA; CRW Graphics, Pennsauken, NJ; Midland Information Resources, Davenport, IA; MOSAIC,

Best Workplace Winners Announced
November 5, 2007

PITTSBURGH—The PIA/GATF has announced the recipients of the 2007 Best Workplace in the Americas awards. Honors were given to 47 companies selected by a committee of HR experts from within the industry, with 18 companies given Best of the Best distinctions. Entries are judged on criteria including management practices, work environment, training and development opportunities, recognition and rewards, workplace health and safety, financial security and work-life balance. The winners are: Best of the Best, small companies (up to 100 employees): Crescent Printing, Onalaska, WI; Grant Dahlstrom/The Castle Press, Pasadena, CA; Label World, Rochester, NY; and Vox Printing, Oklahoma City. Medium-size companies (101–250 employees): Communicorp Inc., Columbus, GA;

Best (Printing) Workplaces in the Americas Awards Announced
November 1, 2007

PITTSBURGH—November 1, 2007—Printing Industries of America/Graphic Arts Technical Foundation (PIA/GATF) proudly announces the recipients of the 2007 Best Workplace in the Americas Awards. A total of 47 graphic arts companies were selected by a committee of distinguished HR experts from within the industry. The program is designed to recognize graphic arts companies for their outstanding human relations efforts which contribute to a successful workplace. “Since 2000, the Best Workplace program has recognized industry leaders from small, medium, and large firms in the graphic arts industry for their outstanding human relations practices. While every company that entered this year’s competition has HR programs they should be

PRINTER news
December 1, 2006

German-Themed Event Successful TROY, MI—More than 800 clients, vendors and friends of Tepel Brothers Printing sampled bratwurst and strudel, and enjoyed authentic entertainment by the Frankenmuth Schuhplattlers at the company’s fourth Oktoberfest celebration. Tepel Brothers Printing President Jim Tepel, left, and Vice President Harriet Tepel awarded their Oktoberfest grand door prize of a trip to Germany to Laura Jerome. The client from Anchor Bay Entertainment said the trip for two will make an ideal honeymoon following her wedding next summer. The Ben Franklin Society of PIA/GATF inducted 12 new members at an annual black-tie ceremony in November. The new members are: William

Best Workplace in the Americas Awards Announced
November 10, 2006

SEWICKLEY, PA—November 10, 2006—Printing Industries of America/Graphic Arts Technical Foundation (PIA/GATF) proudly announces the recipients of the 2006 Best Workplace in the Americas Awards. A total of 55 graphic arts companies were selected by a committee of distinguished HR experts from within the industry. The program is designed to recognize graphic arts companies for their outstanding human relations efforts that contribute to a successful workplace. “Since 2000, the Best Workplace program has recognized industry leaders from small, medium, and large firms in the graphic arts industry for their outstanding human relations practices. While every company that entered this year’s competition has HR programs