In the latest Impressions Xchange podcast, we talk with Alvin Griffin, manager of Graphic Production at Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, about barriers he has faced in his career because of his race and how discrimination has impacted him.
Perhaps the biggest revelation to come from a panel discussion of in-plant managers during last week’s virtual Inkjet Summit was how straightforward the decision to add an inkjet press was for each of them.
The virtual Inkjet Summit has been generating buzz all week, and Thursday's opening session was no exception. Consultant Barb Pellow offered advice for print providers during COVID-19 and interviewed a provider of election ballot printing and mailing services about how his company has adapted and is thriving.
As the coronavirus disease continues to wreak havoc on in-plants, IPI caught up with Dwayne Magee, director of Messiah College Press & Postal Services, to learn how his operation is continuing to serve its Pennsylvania college during a time of social distancing.
To find out how the coronavirus disease is impacting in-plants around the country, In-plant Impressions Editor Bob Neubauer reached out to Laura Lockett at Sacramento State in a video call on Monday. The in-plant is open, with some staff working at home, and a lot less printing going on.
For citizens were recovering from a tornado, the coronavirus pandemic is one crisis too many. The State of Tennessee’s Document Solutions operation has been hard at work, printing documents critical to the health and safety of citizens. We talked with Tammy Golden to find out how her in-plant is handling this crisis.
The delay of drupa won’t stop Heidelberg from launching a range of press and postpress technologies.
I’m still healthy. But the coronavirus has hit me anyway. Events have been canceled and with a busy spring, what’s going to happen?
It was the public’s first opportunity to see and hear Hugh Nathanial Halpern, President Trump’s nominee, and hear his thoughts on GPO.
For the past two years, the GPO has been led by a series of acting directors. President Trump’s previous nomination for the position wa
Konica Minolta Business Solutions put numerous advanced technologies on display at its dealer conference this week.
The BLS called the printing industry “too small to be tracked.” What impact does this decision by a government agency have on printers?
The demand for vehicle graphics is growing, but those who print them don't always get everything right. In a session at the SGIA Expo, Kim Magraw, national operations manager of Super Graphics, detailed some of the most common mistakes people make when printing fleet graphics and offered ideas on how to avoid them.
A year ago that I stood inside the GPO with the top three executives. Now, all three have retired and a ‘new’ director is on the way.
Looking for reliability, speed and quality, Indiana Farm Bureau made the switch from toner to inkjet with an Océ VarioPrint i300 press.