This 2017 Gold Ink Awards entry was entered into the Invitations category by Worth Higgins & Associates in Richmond, Va.
Marco Boer and key sponsors share why the fifth-annual Inkjet Summit provided unique, 2-way learning platform for them and attendees.
Off- and near-line, modular finishing systems are best option for rollfed inkjet presses outputting commercial and direct mail jobs.
The new inkjet business division will help customers seeking customized, hybrid conventional/inkjet printing press configurations.
Dave Johannes, senior VP of operations at IWCO DIrect, reflects on how the ongoing developments of better inksets, improved inkjet heads, faster press speeds and higher uptime percentages, and more inkjet-friendly paper options are driving the production inkjet printing industry forward. He also highlights his firm's latest acquisition — a Screen Truepress Jet520HD — that's enabling IWCO Direct to run heavier paper stocks.
Mike Herold, director of global marketing, Inkjet Solutions, discusses Ricoh’s product lineup, pillars to success at the Inkjet Summit.
Marc Johnson, marketing manager, Commercial PageWide Industrial at HP, is energized by the discussions he had with printer attendees at the recent Inkjet Summit 2017 about all the new and emerging inkjet printing applications being developed, as well as the high print quality output levels that today's high-speed inkjet web presses are capable of achieving. Johnson believes that "inkjet printing has arrived" — and that the fifth-annual Inkjet Summit was a key event that unites the entire supply chain to further advance the industry as a whole.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights the financial results of the first quarter of 2017 from RR Donnelley, Quad/Graphics Inc. and Cenveo Inc. Other industry news making headlines this week came from Idealliance and its election of Dick Ryan, VP, sales and marketing for Publishers Press, and his election as chairman of the Idealliance board of directors, and additional coverage from the 2017 Inkjet Summit.
At the Inkjet Summit 2017, Robert Stabler, senior VP & GM, Continuous Feed Business, at Xerox Corp., reveals Xerox's strategy to target entry-level market demand for lower acquisition cost, smaller footprint inkjet printing presses that enable printers to enter and create new applications within the cut-sheet and continuous-feed inkjet printing market.
Tonya Powers, of Canon Solutions America, PPS, discusses the recent debuts of new Océ production inkjet press models geared toward graphic arts applications, including the Canon Océ VarioPrint i200 sheetfed inkjet press, which joins the VP i300, and the new Océ Prostream continuous-feed inkjet press.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about NPES buying out GRAPH EXPO, PRINT show co-owners' stakes as part of a strategic business plan launch; Drummond Press' major capital investment in digital printing; Canon U.S.A.'s debut of the Océ VarioPrint i200 sheetfed inkjet press; news from the ISA International Sign Expo; and Two Sides North America's latest infographic.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about Kodak retaining its Prosper inkjet business and the naming of Randy Vandagriff as president of its Enterprise Inkjet Systems Division; the investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor into Philadelphia-based Bartash Printing; Harland Clarke Holdings' acquisition of RetailMeNot; and a spotlight on the upcoming ISA International Sign Expo 2017.
Hear from five Canon Solutions America customers who transformed their businesses with the Océ VarioPrint i300.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from Ripon Printers and its acquisition of Maquoketa Web Printing; news from Innovairre and the installation of Xerox CiPress 500 digital presses, and the announcement of 100 new jobs it will be adding; 4over Inc.'s investment in three Komori Lithrone presses; and news of how NPES and Printing Industries of America (PIA) applauded H.R. 756, the Postal Service Reform Act of 2017, as amended, by the House Committee.
Recapping the headlines of the week of March 13th, the printing industry is mourning the loss of two long-time industry leaders. Bill Lamparter, a printing and publishing industry analyst who had a solid track record for correctly identifying technological and market trends early on. And, John Frautschi, who was the chairman of successful and respected book printing manufacturer Webcrafters Inc. in Madison, Wis. Additional news came from Dome, Sacramento, Calif.; and from Printing Impressions and its recap of Ricoh's 3rd annual Publishing Executive Symposium.
Overview of the KBA VariJET 106 at drupa 2016.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about Melbourne, Australia-based Orora Ltd. and its acquisitions of The Garvey Group and Graphic Tech; The Colortree Group; The Landa Group and ALTANA AG; Canon Solutions America and Canon U.S.A.; and Hunkeler Innovationdays.