To celebrate it’s newly installed MGI JETvarnish 3D, Color Ink hosted an open house complete with a bubbling chocolate fountain.
GPO Acting Deputy Director Andy Sherman testifies before the Subcommittee on Legislative Branch Appropriates about GPO’s FY 2019 Appropriations Request. pic.twitter.com/cU0NDvbDR5— U.S. GPO (@USGPO) April 12, 2018
The Dallas City Council has approved $1.7 million in incentives for Cimpress/Vistaprint to open a new manufacturing plant in the area.
These generations have different characteristics than those that came before, and with that varying packaging and product preferences.
During a recent webinar, three commercial printers discussed the transition into adding digital packaging.
Cimpress has proposed investing up to $50 million to build a 322,000-sq.-ft. facility for its subsidiary Vistaprint in Dallas County.
In this edition of The Week that Was, Hopkins Printing broke ground on a major expansion; PRINT United has been rebranded as PRINTING United; "Convergence in the Print Industry," a free, special report is out now; and we look at "The Lazy Guide to Maximizing SEO for your Company Website."
This week, Alexander's Print Advantage announced a 23,000-sq.-ft. expansion at its Lindon, Utah based facility; Ricoh USA unveiled a series of color digital presses; and RIT announced it will rename its college of applied science and technology and will move its printing program to the newly named College of Engineering Technology.
On June 6, 2018, Color Ink’s facility in Sussex, Wis., transformed into every child’s dream … a chocolate factory. Well not quite, but there was a bubbling chocolate fountain, cupcakes and candy galore, and Willy Wonka himself. To celebrate its newly installed MGI JETvarnish 3D, Color Ink hosted an open house for 350 customers, prospects, […]
This summer, the USPS has released the first stamps from the USPS to touch on a sense that is sure to make mouths water … scent.
As people turn to social media to consume media, “social media influencers” will play an important role in steering buying decisions.
In this edition of The Week that Was, the Xerox, Fuji deal may officially be over; a bipartisan group of Senators has introduced a bill, called the PRINT Act; we spoke with Cheryl Kahanec, Quantum Group's new CEO; and Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson interviewed 30-year ad agency veteran, Tedd Aurelius, newly appointed VP of sales at IWCO Direct.
This week, LSC Communications announced two major deals; Platinum Equity announced that it would acquire Pitney Bowes Global Production Mail Business; and we tested the scannable catalog from Quadratec.
Quadratec, company that sells parts for Jeeps, launched a scannable catalog using image recognition to make every page interactive and shoppable.
LSC Communications will acquire RRD’s Print Logistics component and Trend Offset will acquire LSC’s retail offset printing facilities.