Helene Rubin describes Bartash Printing’s loan agreement extension with its lender and a $1.7 million equipment investment this year.
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.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about Anthony Narducci of O'Neil Printing, and his support of Wheels4Water; Wallace Carlson Printing being selected as a "Premier Partner" in the Super Bowl Business Connect Program; Paradigm Digital Color Graphics' 20th anniversary celebration; ArborOakland Group's integration of Utley Brothers Printing; and NPES' rebranding initiative that has been designed to reflect the focus of its bold new Strategic Business Plan.
What makes the Calendar stand out are the specialized printing and various finishing techniques that were used by Carlson Print Group.
Veritiv’s Starbrite Coloring Book was submitted into the Sample Books/Swatchbooks category, and printed by Classic Color in Illinois.
This nautical-themed Gold Ink Awards entry was submitted into the Digital Printing, Specialty category by Hatteras in Tinton Falls, N.J
In this episode of Who's Mailing What! Confidential, Ashley Roberts highlights a call for entries from Sappi North America for its 2017 Printer of the Year Awards. The campaign was printed by Classic Color using a 40˝ Komori Lithrone LS 840 sheetfed press on 120-lb. Sappi McCoy Silk cover.
In this episode of Who's Mailing What! Confidential, Senior Production Editor Ashley Roberts dreams of the beach when she takes a look at the latest direct mail campaign from Dissolve, a Calgary, Alberta-based stock photography and video company.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from Kodak and the process of selling its commercial inkjet business, Prosper; Manroland Sheetfed and the appointment of Sean Springett as the new CEO; InnerWorkings and its partnership with a major nonprofit organization, as well as an expansion of its ongoing relationship with healthcare services provider McKesson Corporation; LSC Communications and its Roanoke, Va., facility's recent certification; the Printing Impressions 2017 technology/solutions survey; and The 2016 Printing Impressions Top 400.
Julie Greenbaum talks to Wallace Carlson about its winning piece, which won a Gold in the 2016 Gold Ink Awards.
Overview of the KBA Rapida 145 at drupa 2016.
Overview of the KBA Rapida 106 at drupa 2016.
Overview of the KBA RotaJet L at drupa 2016.
In the latest episode of Who's Mailing What! Confidential, we take a look at a unique direct mail piece from Cade Martin Photography, hired by PBS to photograph the actors from Ridley Scott's period production, "Mercy Street." This 10-page, newspaper style piece was designed by Matt Parris and produced via four-color process by Chicago-based Classic Color on French Paper's 70-lb. Starch Speckleton Smooth text.