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Commercial printers are feeling the love from acquirers as their top line revenues increase, profits return and grow.
A changing digital landscape and a market flooded with stimuli have marketers and printers reevaluating their direct mail strategies.
Dan Thornton, president of RR Donnelley’s Response Marketing, explains the best ways to respond to challenges with direct mail.
SG360° has tapped industry veteran Mary Lee Schneider as its new president and CEO. Rick Joutras will remain as chairman of the Board.
Komori America is partnering with Screen Americas, SG360° to beta Impremia IS29 inkjet press, and first GLX packaging press installed.
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.
Komori America announced it will use SG360° as the beta site for Komori’s sheetfed inkjet Impremia IS29.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights Printing Impressions interview with Mark DeBoer of Darwill; and Bob Radzis of SG360°, live from the inaugural thINK 2015 conference in New York City. The now-annual user group meeting was attended by Canon Solutions America production inkjet printing customers and Canon Solutions America executives and partner providers. Also featured this week are highlights from the the Canon Expo, also held in New York. Other industry news comes from Pitney Bowes, Quad/Graphics and Muller Martini.
Darwill’s Mark DeBoer and Bob Radzis of SG360° discuss first-ever thINK Conference for Canon Solutions America production inkjet users.