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September 2012 Issue

Printing Impressions September 2012
Foxfire Printing and Packaging : Sure Signs of Success
Foxfire reached the top of its marketplace, nearly doubling its sales to $47 million, by enabling its clients—retail chains including grocery, clothing, pharmaceutical, auto, department and discount stores—to efficiently and effectively execute their signage programs, from data manipulation through...
Continuous-feed Inkjet : The Web Paper Challenge
Printers face a number of tradeoffs in selecting presses, ink and paper for production inkjet. This article will explore the challenges and solutions relating to paper in key applications, including transactional and transpromo, book, direct mail and general commercial...
2012 Preview : A Trade Show Redefined
Print is still a significant aspect of an integrated marketing package. And that's where Graph Expo can provide its greatest support in the quest to define who you are, as a printer, if this whole "marketing" thing leaves you...
Wide-Format Digital Printing : A New Game Plan Pays Off
There are many ways for lithographers to change their business models to promote growth, but there’s one proven approach based on the premise that it’s easier to sell additional services to an existing customer. Adding wide-format digital imaging is one...
Lesser Known Sales Obstacles –Farquharson/Tedesco
Ask 100 salespeople, regardless of what they sell, "What is the hardest part about your job?" and you are likely to hear answers that won't surprise you: Beating voicemail, overcoming the price objection, and managing time. Consider them to...
Chicago's Loop Jams to Color –Erik Cagle
Thanks to the vision of a multimedia artist realized through a local Signs By Tomorrow franchise, Color Jam 2012, a 3-D multimedia endeavor, became Chicago's largest-ever public art installation. Bloomingdale Signs By Tomorrow had the honor of implementing more...
Upfront
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impression ’ September 2012 edition, including items on Webcrafters, RR Donnelley, Whitmore Print and Imaging, MultiAd, Worzalla, New London Press and Catalyst Paper. ...
Et Tu, RIT? School Drops 'Print' from Program's Name
Wanting a name that reflects the changing media landscape, the School of Print Media at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) will now be called the School of Media Sciences. Along with the name change, RIT says it is...
Stora Enso Price Fixing Case Revived by U.S. Appeals Court
A federal appeals court here ruled that Stora Enso North America must face a civil antitrust suit brought by its customers. The case, brought by paper buyers, alleged that executives at Stora Enso's then-U.S. unit engaged in secret meetings...
U.S. Postal Service Loses More Than $5B for Q3 2012
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) ended its third fiscal quarter (April 1 to June 30, 2012) with a net loss of $5.2 billion, compared to a net loss of $3.1 billion for the same period last year. Contributing significantly...
Verso Paper Opts Against Reopening Damaged Mill
Verso Paper announced that, after conducting a comprehensive assessment, it has decided not to reopen its paper mill in Sartell, MN. This decision is based on the length of time that it would take to rebuild the mill structures...
Across the Nation
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ September 2012 edition, featuring FolgerGraphics and Philipp Lithographing. ...
Don't Miss Out on a Unique Opportunity –Michelson
With more than 50 seminars, and 48 related conferences, user group meetings and special events, Graph Expo 2012 will provide a great educational and networking opportunity next month. And, that doesn't even factor in the chance to check out...
Supplier News
Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ September 2012 edition....