Study Focuses on Sustainability
NEW YORK—Nima Hunter Inc. announced the June release of "The Greening of Print," the first in a series of studies that will survey and forecast how trends, behaviors and predispositions toward "beyond compliance" environmental and sustainability practices by Global 2000 companies will impact the printing, publishing and packaging industries. "The Greening of Print" will provide CEOs, environmental health and safety, strategic planning, marketing and procurement executives with pragmatic information to guide the development of timely, appropriate and profitable sustainability strategies. Concerns the report will address include what companies need to know in order to develop and execute a winning sustainability strategy.
Convergent Label Goes 24/7
TAMPA, FL—Convergent Label Technology announced that it is closing its plant in Lenexa, KS, and will now operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week at its Joplin, MO, and Tampa, FL, facilities.
RIT Prepares for Sunday 2000
ROCHESTER, NY—The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) was scheduled to break ground on an 11,000-square-foot facility that will soon house a new Heidelberg Sunday 2000 commercial web press. The donation of the press, which will replace an M-1000 model given to the university in 1986, is part of an ongoing partnership between RIT and Heidelberg.