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.
Short runs and fast turnarounds—a virtual mainstay for the commercial market—is making an ever-increasing impact in the book sector.
A second-generation Fujifilm J Press 720S was recently installed at Walsworth, based in Marceline, Mo.
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.
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions' April 2015 edition, including Allied Printing Services, Quad/Graphics, Finish Line Binderies , HF Group, The Riverside Group, BCT’s, Williamson Printing, Printing & Imaging Association of MidAmerica, MCD, The Ovid Bell Press (a Walsworth Publishing company) and AlphaGraphics.
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions' December 2014 edition, including Walsworth, Boyd Brothers Printing, Arandell Corp., Cenveo Corp., Becker, Burton & Mayer, World Marketing, Benny Landa and Graphic Arts Studio.
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.
MARCELINE, MO—Walsworth announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire significant manufacturing assets from Boyd Brothers Printing of Panama City, FL.
After acquiring significant manufacturing assets from Boyd Brothers Printing in Panama City, FL, Walsworth Publishing is expected to relocate several presses, bindery equipment and other ancillary items to its production facilities in Missouri and Michigan early next year. The acquisition of these assets was made possible when Boyd Brothers President and Owner Jim Boyd Jr. announced to his employees the commercial printing company is closing.