CHANHASSEN, MN—Printing, envelope conversion and mailing services specialist The Instant Web Companies has published a new white paper that examines what is being done to help the ailing U.S. Postal Service. The USPS is projecting a loss of $1.5 billion in fiscal year 2002 and expects mail volume to decrease by six billion pieces. The paper, "Building a Future for the U.S. Postal Service" is available for download at www.iwco.com/ resources/articles.html.
K/P Corp. Signs Fulfillment Pact
SAN RAMON, CA—K/P Corp. announced it has forged a partnership with SerCom Solutions in which SerCom will provide K/P fulfillment services for clients with overseas distribution needs. According to Rich Barbee, president and CEO of K/P Corp., the alliance is designed to attract more global clients.
Maple-Vail Acquires Book Sewer
YORK, PA—The Maple-Vail Book Manufacturing Group purchased a Muller Martini Ventura book sewing machine. The sewer produces at a rate of 200 cycles per minute. Maple-Vail manufactures casebound and paperback books.