The U.S. Department of Commerce is investigating if uncoated paper rolls from Australia, Brazil, China, and Indonesia are being dumped.
It includes a 50,000-sq.-ft. addition, a new eight-color, 41˝ Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 106 UV perfector, and a Kolbus perfect binder.
Heather Poulin describes Ricoh USA’s fundraising effort on behalf of Wounded Warrior Project at booth 7001 during PRINTING United.
The restructuring plan over three years will reduce its global headcount of about 55,000 employees by 7,000-9,000 workers (13% to 16%).
St. Cloud, Minn.-based Sentinel Printing, which was founded in 1854, will reportedly cease operations on Dec. 1, 2019.
Founder Glen Taylor recently reassumed the CEO role at Taylor Corporation, replacing his niece Deb Taylor, who departed the company.
Quad has agreed to pay nearly $10 million in a settlement to resolve charges that it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practice Act (FCPA).
Peter Schaefer, of New Direction Partners, discusses the M&A activity outlook for Quad and LSC Communications going forward.
Both are geared toward educating print buyers, marketers, agencies, and designers about digital printing advancements and capabilities.
The ‘Book of Wisdom” comprises collective wisdom gleaned from 47 BFHS members who share their personal life experiences and anecdotes.
Think Patented’s Niels Winther reveals why he will be attending PRINTING United and why other commercial printers should do the same.
Judges picked the Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Pewter winners, which were selected from nearly 600 entries within 47 different categories.
Today’s convergence of market segments due to digital technologies is redefining printing industry.
The Shakopee, Minn., retail advertising insert printing facility will close on or about Sept. 14, impacting about 140 employees.
When EFI CEO Bill left after the acquisition by Siris became complete, that role presented an opportunity Jacobson just couldn’t pass.