Taylor Corporation is a global operation with 9,000 employees spread across Canada, Mexico, France, the United Kingdom, China and 21 states. Taylor Corporation prints greeting cards, direct mail inserts, promotional posters and products, corporate id materials, gifts cards, labels and provides a broad range of technologies and services for business, which include data management services, ecommerce services, one-to-one marketing materials and e-based communications to name a few.
The international trade dispute initiated by three paper makers could lead to a considerable pull back for those printers who teeter on the edge of existence.
In 2009, the RFID market grew to $5.56 billion, having almost tripled in five years. Being largely based on government backed military, identity card, financial card, passport and other projects and legally mandated requirements such as animal tagging, this market is recession proof, continuing to grow rapidly.
WASHINGTON, DC—The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) made a preliminary determination and voted unanimously to proceed with a full investigation of coated paper imports from China and Indonesia, according to NewPage Corp.
BOLINGBROOK, IL—Shanghai Electric (SEC) is now the second-largest shareholder in Goss International, having completed the deal set in motion last June. Jochen Meissner, CEO of Goss, believes the investment "should send a strong signal to printers and publishers regarding our strength, stability and long-term capacity to deliver value." SEC is one of the largest equipment manufacturing groups in China. SEC subsidiary Shanghai Printing and Packaging Machinery (SPPM) manufactures a wide range of printing press and finishing equipment.
Domino will use PRINT 09 to debut its new inserter controller tracking system and demonstrate how its latest variable data ink jet printing solutions can enable commercial printers to broaden their service offerings and increase business turnover. Domino’s affordable and scalable in-line digital VDP technologies including drop-on-demand, thermal and continuous ink jet printers, designed to suit a wide range of mailing, addressing and labeling applications, represent a vital proposition for printers seeking to enhance business opportunities in the ongoing global downturn.