It will showcase the latest wide-format, direct-to-garment and industrial inkjet printing technologies, applications and opportunities.
Cenveo was able to wipe away more than $800 million in debt, largely at the expense of its shareholders and other unsecured creditors.
Peter Schaefer, of New Direction Partners, analyzes Cenveo, RR Donnelley and its spinoff companies, Quad/Graphics and InnerWorkings.
Despite roots as litho printer, D’Andrea Visual Communications has expanded into grand-format digital printing and custom fabrication.
Great Atlantic Graphics will continue to operate out of its 65,000-sq.-ft. facility in Lansdale, Pa., as a division of Alcom Printing.
The ITC ruling ends these imported newsprint tariffs. Funds collected to date will be reversed over a period of three to six months.
Dome’s new plant consolidated five facilities and enabled space for new equipment. Owners Tim and Bob Poole explain what prompted that.
The court approved Cenveo’s reorganization plan, paving the way for it to emerge from Chapter 11 protection in the coming weeks.
Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson discusses the mishandling of the 2020 US Census contract by the GPO, which was initially awarded to Cenveo for $66 million. And, speaking of Cenveo, Printing Impressions just learned that a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge approved its amended reorganization plan, paving the way for the printer to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection within the next few weeks.
A GPO contracting officer allowed Cenveo to alter its bid, the GPO-led investigation found, which then made its bid the lowest price.
John Braceland, of Graphic Arts Alliance, worked with Henry Freedman to test, grade, and then benchmark digital print image quality.
The 10% tariff on imported aluminum is now being passed through as a surcharge by printing plate manufacturers to their U.S. customers.
The new tariffs imposed by the Trump administration have had a significant impact on various markets, including the printing industry.
Inkjet now offers the fast speeds, high print quality and vibrancy needed to produce high-quality images on a wide range of substrates.
EFI CEO Guy Gecht explains what drove the announcement last week that he plans to leave the company once a successor has been named.