As consolidators grow, merge, or exit the field for the acquisition of middle market companies, smaller consolidators take their place.
You’ve heard print is dead. Why then did two private equity firms, both invested in print and paper, bid up the share price of RRD?
After the great dotcom boom and bust of the 2000s, some printing companies have restructured in order to recover.
It’s a feeding frenzy in the prime label printing and converting business. Fueled by multiple private equity-backed roll-up platforms.
The annual review reviews, categorizes, sorts, counts, and charts data comparing the trailing twelve months ended this August.
There has been no pause, not even a breather, in the steam roller-like consolidation of the packaging-related printing businesses.
The June 2021 edition of The Target Report highlights the acquisition of Spoonflower by Shutterfly.
The future of print will increasingly be individually customized with the images we want applied to whatever products we choose.
In some M&A cases, a merger into a SPAC is the pathway to value and liquidity for the owners.
A movement has been afoot in the resurgence of letterpress printing. Mixing politics and feminism with creative greeting cards.
A demand for books has led publishers to experience longer lead times and production delays as manufacturing capacity becomes strained.
PIA and NAPL have joined forces, or at least the remnants of each will now be together under the umbrella of PRINTING United Alliance.
ProAmpac targets the old-fashioned brown paper bag, and Ebony and The Village Voice rise From the dead.
Movements in the printing industry hint at the need to keep up with demand for printed books.
It is often accepted that a highly fragmented industry is destined to consolidate and it will be positive. Sometimes, that’s false.