The Week That Was
On this episode of The Week that Was, a printing plant that produces two major daily newspapers will close; Allied Printing Services announced investments in key technology; Ricoh's Heather Poulin was on the cover of the Cannata Report; and how the U.S. economic recovery could take longer than expected.
At least 500 workers employed at the Schuykill newspaper printing facility in Upper Merion Township, Pa., will reportedly be laid off.
As the U.S. continues its climb from the depths of recession, there are still many questions regarding the second stimulus package.
Heather Poulin, VP, marketing, production printing, Ricoh USA, was featured in The Cannata Report’s Women Influencers issue.
“This sheetfed inkjet UV digital press will be key for our customers in the retail sector,” John Sommers, president and CEO said.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Arandell reached a potential asset purchase agreement with a private equity firm; PRINTING United Digital Experience registration is now live; and Domino announced the launch of the N730i digital UV inkjet label press.
Menomonee Falls, Wis.-based catalog printing specialist Arandell reached an asset purchase agreement with Saothair Capital Partners.
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Domino has announced its new N730i digital UV inkjet press, developed for print quality at high speed, ease of use, and flexibility.