Helene Rubin describes Bartash Printing’s loan agreement extension with its lender and a $1.7 million equipment investment this year.
Our friends at INKISH TV, a TV-channel dedicated to the printing industry, takes a look back at past Girlie Award recipients, which include Pat McGrew (Girlie Award 2014), Cary Sherburne (Girlie Award 2015) and Deborah Corn (Girlie Award 2016). The 2017 award winner will be announced September 12th.
They include 39 educational sessions, free theater sessions, show floor panels and “Voice of the Printer” peer-to-peer networking.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about the first Landa S10 Nanographic press being installed at Landa's first S10 beta customer Graphica Bezalel; InnerWorkings' second quarter gross profit increase; Mail-Gard, a division of IWCO Direct, creating a dedicated Advanced Recovery Center at its Warminster, Pa. campus; and Bartash Printing extending its Loan Agreement with North Mill Capital through 2020, with more favorable terms, and its investment of more than $1.7 million dollars in 2017 in its press and postpress departments.
Automated production tracking of digital printing/finishing equipment boosts equipment uptime, minimizes bottlenecks and reduces waste.
Filmed at Sign & Print · Stockholm, Sweden
Thayer Long of NPES and Eric Frank of KBA discuss what PRIMIR will be doing at PRINT 17 to add value to “The Learning Experience.”
Keith Sullivan describes the integration of an Avanti Slingshot MIS package with his W2P system and how MIS automated manual processes.
Deborah Corn, long-time Gold Ink Awards judge, took a break from judging the 2017 competition to talk about this year’s entries.
Filmed at TampaPrinter.com · Tampe, FL · USA
Kelly Kilga and Steven Schnoll discuss how the PRINT 17 educational sessions will be different from previous years.
Steve Mattingly discusses the International Newspaper Group’s Annual Conference, which is happening in Chicago right before PRINT 17.
Filmed at DRUPA 2016 · Düsseldorf, Germany
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about LSC Communications' acquisition of Creel Printing; Quad/Graphics' investment in four new Heidelberg Speedmaster presses; Western Graphics & Data's plans to close its commercial printing plant in Southeast Portland, Ore.; the assets of EU Services in Rockville, Md., being sold to a group of investors, and the migration of ownership of its printing/bindery operations to Colortree Group; Mitsubishi Imaging and its new president and CEO, Hide Tsukada; and Printing Impressions' Q&A with Gina Testa, who retired from Xerox after a 32-year career.