The Week That Was
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Cenveo reached a revised Chapter 11 reorganization settlement agreement with its creditors and plans to exit bankruptcy this summer.
Cimpress has proposed investing up to $50 million to build a 322,000-sq.-ft. facility for its subsidiary Vistaprint in Dallas County.
Canon U.S.A. Chairman and CEO Joe Adachi announced the retirement of Toyotsugu Kuwamura after more than 38 years with the company.
Ripon Printers promoted former Director of Customer Care, Julie Newhouse, to company president.
Construction has begun of a 33,000-sq.-ft. expansion to enable warehouse and fulfillment space for retailers and Web-to-print clients.
Cenveo Inc. announced June 5 that it has reached a revised Chapter 11 plan of reorganization settlement agreement with more than 70% of its creditors – a key step in clearing the path for the mega-printer to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this summer. Prior to filing for Chapter 11 on Feb. 2, liabilities for […]
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