On this episode of The Week that Was, Sentinel Printing will cease operations in December; Range Printing and Spectrum Marketing Services will merge; Arkay Packaging ordered a Heidelberg Primefire 106; and Mark Michelson and Peter Schaefer talk about Glen Taylor's return to CEO.
The Colortree Group is facing more difficulties as it is confronted with a petition from creditors seeking Chapter 7 liquidation.
Deborah Corn of Print Media Centr sat down with the hosts of the “2 Regular Guys” podcast to talk about PRINTING United.
The Declaration of Independence took a long time to get it to its current state, and along the way, many printed versions.
According to multiple reports, Henrico, Va.-based Colortree Group abruptly closed its doors on Monday, June 3.
During the closing remarks of the 2019 Inkjet Summit, Marco Boer said the [inkjet] choice is clear.
On this episode of The Week that Was, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing has proposed a new $1.4 billion production facility; Signs.com will acquire Ferrari Color; Stephen Nigro has been named as a strategic advisor to Kornit Digital; and Peter Schaefer talks about current trends in EBITDA.
During a webinar last week, two experts explored interior décor opportunities and ways printers can enter the growing market segment.
On this episode of The Week that Was, we learned of the passing of Thomas Metzger; Heidelberg announced it will exhibit at PRINTING United; ClientLink and IBS Direct will merge to form Intellus; and Duggal Visual Solutions has upgraded its HP Indigo 12000 to HD.
Project Peacock Print Fair brought together like-minded individuals to share innovation and inspiration in the printing industry.
PI spoke with some of OEMs who will be attending the Project Peacock Print Fair to find out why they think it’s important to attend.
After 118 years in operation, Wichita, Kan.-based McCormick Armstrong notified its employees on Feb. 20 that operations will cease.
It will cover offset, digital and wide-format printing applications; paper samples and printed promotions; unique finishing; and more.
When it comes to USPS Informed Delivery, there may be some threats for identity theft lurking among criminals online.
This year, the color is meant to evoke feelings of warmth and life, with direct ties to the environment.