On this episode of The Week that Was, IWCO Direct announced a $50 million strategic investment plan; Shutterfly acquired Spoonflower; and Adriane Harrison discusses the $300 federal unemployment supplement and its impact on the printing industry.
On this episode of The Week that Was, the USPS has filed a notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission requesting price changes; Ricoh announced new gold and silver toners; Geoffrey Eisenberg offered some advice to fellow printers; and Frank Romano celebrates 80 years and reflects back on the industry.
On this episode of The Week that Was, SPC celebrates 25 years of business; Mark Michelson and Gary Jones discuss antimicrobial coatings; we explore how W2P technologies can help win customers; and Patrick Henry bids farewell to his full-time printing industry role.
On this episode of The Week that Was, the CDC has issued a new mask guidance; Bolger Printing installed an HP Indigo 100K Digital Press; how to find the right substrate option for your inkjet press; and HP unveiled new digital printing technologies.
PRINTING United Expo registration is officially open! It is taking place at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., on October 6-8.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Paper Excellence acquired Domtar; Canon announced the new ColorStream 8000 series; the April M&A Target Report was just released; and the latest edition of the COVID-19 Print Business Indicators research report is now live.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Cimpress inked a multi-year strategic agreement with HP; Worzalla is investing $10 million to add more printing capacity; Lisbeth Lyons discusses the PRO Act; and Brian Regan of the Semper Group talks about the skilled labor shortage.
On this episode of The Week that Was, RRD reported financial results for Q1; LPI purchased multiple 41″ Scodix Ultra 6000 presses; the PRC released its Financial Analysis of the USPS for 2020; and Mark Michelson discusses ENPOINTE's rebranding with the company's VP of sales and president of its agency.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Lisbeth Lyons explains the newfound momentum for the PRO Act; Kodak acquires the assets of ECRM's CTP business; Dan Hirt of Primary Color explains how the company rebuilt sales during the pandemic; and we share the passing of Chuck Geschke, who died on April 16 at the age of 81.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson talks with Chris Falco about the 100% bonus depreciation allowance; RRD announced pricing of senior secured notes; we share two more Rising Stars; and the PRINTING United Alliance Premier PRINT Awards competition is now open!
The all-inclusive industry competition that represents all areas of print – is now open and accepting submissions!
On this episode of The Week that Was, we recap the infrastructure plan announced by the Biden Administration; Fort Dearborn set a world impression record on its Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 106; Ironmark acquired Spectrum Printing and Graphics; and we discuss how to manage employee conduct outside the workplace.
On this episode of The Week that Was, we highlight the third-generation owned commercial printer Drummond; the first of seven profiles showcasing some of the printing industry’s rising stars; a video addressing the USPS 10-year strategic plan; and a sales tip on rush orders that you don't want to miss.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Dave Leskusky was named president of PRINTING United Alliance; Johnson & Quin added full-color direct mail production capacity; The Dot Corp installed a SCREEN Truepress Jet520HD; and we explore workforce development.
To reflect the evolution of McDonald’s, it decided to redesign its packaging with the help of brand design agency Pearlfisher.