Marco Boer: Inkjet printing will grow as a production method while processes like offset and toner-based digital printing lose ground.
The days of “spray-and-pray” marketing are over. Now, direct mail and other PSPs must demonstrate expertise in data management.
COVID-19 has changed the trajectory of the printing industry, but with the help of production inkjet, the path to recovery is surer.
A business unit of the Taylor family became the world’s first site to install an AccurioJet KM-1e from Konica Minolta.
Hall of Fame inductee Sid Chinai grew King Printing into a leading supplier to the market for books printed digitally on-demand.
PRINTING United will be a comprehensive online experience this October and in-person once again in October 2021.
Eastman Kodak is stepping up its comeback campaign with the launches of significant new products, including a rollfed inkjet press.
A ROTOMAN S is about to enter full production at Royle Printing. Chris Carpenter talks about why he’s adding capacity with the press.
Embellishments aren’t new; printers have been offering them for several years. But now they’re available for more applications.
Kodak management sketched out the company’s plans for moving forward in a pandemic-altered business environment.
As organic growth becomes harder for printing businesses to accomplish, growth through M&A opens an alternative path to the future.
Xerox has partnered with Vortran Medical Technologies to manufacture hospital-grade ventilators, to help the fight against COVID-19.
She outlined the progress of the federal government’s response and what its future efforts along these lines are likely to bring.
The centerpiece was the virtual debut of a new, dry-toner digital press: the SX30000, a B2-format, continuous-feed device from Xeikon.
Trends in online buying habits are driving corresponding changes in the design and production of e-commerce packaging.