Trend Offset Printing
The Top 20 Magazine Printers ranking has returned for the third year since its revival in 2014. The ranking, which lists leading printers in the U.S. and Canada based on revenue earned in the magazine sector, is intended to serve magazine publishers as they assess their printing needs and the landscape of potential printing partners.
In a strategic expansion that will provide additional capacity, Trend Offset Printing announced a fourth printing location in Kentucky.
Michael Murphy has been tapped to serve as Trend Offset Printing's newest chief performance officer. As such, he will focus on operational excellence and automation through software intelligence. A graduate of RIT and former president of Japs-Olson, Murphy joins the executive team at Trend with more than 25 years of experience in the print and mail industries.
At drupa, IBIS Bindery Systems received Smart-binder orders at the show from customers in Australia, Spain and the United States.
Michael Halligan has been hired as the new VP of sales – Texas Division at Trend Offset Printing.
Recently, an increase in printed magazines and catalogs matched with online media has been used to drive awareness of a brand.
Due to popular demand, Publishing Executive revived its ranking of the Top 20 Magazine Printers.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from the Electronic Document Scholarship Foundation and Printing Impressions; The Landa Group; Quad/Graphics; Gannett; Canon Solutions America and Trend Offset Printing; DOME; EFI; OKI Data; Xerox; and the latest news about Printing Impressions "You Asked For It" video series.
If catalogers and magazine publishers were looking for the right mix in 2013, their main challenge in 2014 was ensuring a seamless integration between print and the Web. As a result, more and more catalog and publication printers are changing their focus from solely providing ink-on-paper products to becoming true multi-channel partners.