Top 5 Articles from July, According to Our Readers
Summer might be the slowest time of the year in the printing industry, but you wouldn't know it based on what happened in July. Here are the top five news stories from last month, based on page views.
- Cenveo Loses Census Contract - After the turmoil following Cenveo's bankruptcy filing and CEO Robert G. Burton Sr.'s announced retirement, an agreement was reached between the U.S. Department of Justice and the GPO to sever the $61 million GPO contract that had been awarded to Cenveo to print the 2020 U.S. Census materials.
- RRD Invests in Six HP Presses - The printing giant was said to be the first U.S.company to invest in six HP Indigo 12000 HD digital presses across its nationwide network of commercial printing facilities.
- First Heidelberg Primefire Installed in U.S. - Denver-based Warneke Paper Box has become the first U.S. printer to install the new seven-color, 41˝ Heidelberg Primefire 106 industrial inkjet printing press.
- LSC Communications Sells European Operations - LSC Communications divested its European printing business to the Walstead Group. The transaction is expected to reduce LSC's debt by $60 million.
- Modern Litho Acquires James Printing - In M&A news, Jefferson City, Mo.-based Modern Litho acquired James Printing of North Kansas City. The acquisition is part of a planned Midwest expansion and to bring more services to the Kansas City market.