The Week That Was
On this episode of The Week that Was, Glen Taylor, chairman and founder of Taylor Corporation, will assume the role of CEO; Bradford & Bigelow completed a $20 million expansion; the August 2019 Target Report released an annual recap; and Gasch Printing invested in an HP PageWide Web Press T240HD.
Glen Taylor is back as CEO of Taylor Corp. after news broke that his niece, Deb Taylor, was stepping down from the role.
Bradford & Bigelow has enhanced its supply chain for its long-term clients with strategic investments and a 50,000-sq.-ft. expansion.
The Target Report’s view this month is from the “30,000-ft. level,” parsing industry transactional data by industry segment.
Gasch chose the HP PageWide T240HD digital press for its ability to print top speeds on gloss and satin papers during book production.
On this episode of The Week that Was, we reveal the winners of the 2019 Gold Ink Awards; Quad sold its heavy-duty industrial wood crating business; and we feature a new series of videos that will help you navigate the PRINTING United Expo like a pro.
The Gold Ink Awards is the most prestigious print competition. This year, nearly 600 entries were submitted in 47 categories.
The transaction supports Quad’s focus on its Quad 3.0 growth strategy, and helps FCA Packaging expands its global reach and services.
PRINTING United is a little more than a month away, but it will be here before you know it! Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be providing you with information that will help you navigate the expo and plan your days.