Lance Martin discusses advancements in automation to counteract the labor shortage that’s impacting printing and finishing departments.
Many printing companies rely on one customer that becomes the majority source of revenue. Is customer concentration an advantage?
OSHA initiated a new enforcement program to identify employers who failed to submit injury and illness data as required by regulation.
Tim Kirchen, of UPM Raflatac, discusses how the end of UPM’s paper mill strike will not solve overall paper supply shortage in the U.S.
Peter Schaefer, of New Direction Partners, discusses why private equity firms are acquiring so many printing and packaging companies.
These reports are not only an assurance of security and privacy compliance, they are also a key differentiator among print providers.
The supply chain crisis has affected the printing industry as deeply as any recession. How are printing companies responding?
Labor shortages, supply chain instability, and automation fueled by private equity are powering production inkjet technology adoption.
If signed into law, they would benefit the printing industry by alleviating the need for Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) laws.
Despite the aging workforce, there are many steps that can be taken to attract the next generation of workers to the printing industry.