Mailing/Fulfillment - Kitting
LCP Complete hopes to grow its services and cater to new clients with a 40,000-sq.-ft expansion.
With the addition of the Commerce facility, Bay Cities’ facilities now consist of 650,000 sq. ft. of combined space.
Bradford & Bigelow is buying two manroland|Goss Lithoman four-color web offset presses and building a new addition for distribution.
Construction has begun of a 33,000-sq.-ft. expansion to enable warehouse and fulfillment space for retailers and Web-to-print clients.
The 2016 “Best of Category” winners culled from this year’s Must See ‘Ems competition were announced.
The New Products Reference Guide offers an exclusive pre-show preview of some of the new products and services that will be on display.
Edwards Brothers Malloy will provide digital printing services for Independent Publishers Group's (IPG) clients out of IPG's Chicago distribution center. The partnership offers IPG clients print-on-demand and digital short-run services from the same facility where their books are stored, speeding time to market and eliminating freight charges. "It’s an ideal solution for helping IPG clients lower their inventory costs and improve cash flow without sacrificing availability," says John Edwards, president and CEO of Edwards Brothers Malloy.
Baker & Taylor and Bookmasters have entered into an international partnership with Printondemand-worldwide (PODW).
Direct mail solutions provider Wilen Direct was recognized by the U.S. Postal Service for its white-paper factory, innovative postal savings strategies and its ability to pilot many programs resulting in cutting-edge services for clients.
Fry Communications (www.frycomm.com) now offers co-mailing of polybagged products at its on-site co-mailing operation at its Mechanicsburg, PA campus. Co-mailing of polybagged Periodical products offers a wider group of publishers and marketers expanded opportunities to participate in this cost-saving distribution method. With co-mailing providing an important customer benefit in these challenging times, Fry also plans to expand its on-site co-mail operation further in the first half of 2009.