Trend Offset Printing
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.
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ April 2013 edition, featuring Alcom Printing Group, H.O.T. Printing & Graphics, Trend Offset Printing, Vistaprint, Diversified Printers, Proforma and McClung Companies.
Attendees can still register at Early Bird rates for the upcoming
7th Annual Print & Media Conference
from Oct. 8-10 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
CHAMBERSBURG, PA—It's a three-peat for NPC Inc. of Claysburg, PA, which once again heads the list of “GPO Top 50 Print Suppliers.” For the third straight year, NPC was king among the top 50 private sector print suppliers that did the most work for the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO). Federal Fiscal Year 2011 covered October 2010 to September 2011.
For the third consecutive year, NPC Inc. of Claysburg, PA, heads the list of “GPO Top 50 Print Suppliers.” It was awarded $24.7 million of the $331 million in GPO printing work done in fiscal year 2011.
On Sept. 12, the Print Buyer Boot Camp! from Print Buyers International will kick off at McCormick Place in Chicago on the day before the start of the 6th Annual Print & Media Conference. You’ll receive an introduction to printing and print buying basics and explore print industry terminologies and technologies.
Binding and finishing company news from Printing Impressions' March 2010 edition, including items on Trend Offset, Walmart, Data-Mail and BindTech.
The value of all GPO work awarded during this period was $425 million compared to $421 million awarded in 2008. Work done by the top 50 suppliers was valued at $270 million during 2009 compared to $287 million in 2008.
New Plant Draws Large Crowd ALEXANDRIA, VA— DigiLink welcomed about 325 guests to an open house in celebration of its new, 39,000-square-foot facility. The new building allowed DigiLink to consolidate its printing and bindery operations under one roof. According to Michael Wight, president and CEO of DigiLink, the facility has enabled the printer to enjoy 15 percent growth since it moved there in early March. Wight says the company is in the process of selecting a new six-color press. RIS, Parsons, Mohawk, IKON, EFI, Pitman, Komori and KBA were among the vendors on hand. RPI, Tukwila, WA, announced three new appointments. Russell