The Week That Was
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A GPO contracting officer allowed Cenveo to alter its bid, the GPO-led investigation found, which then made its bid the lowest price.
Randy Radosevich’s open letter to PIA board enabled a broader discussion about need to attract, engage more women within our industry.
The court approved Cenveo’s reorganization plan, paving the way for it to emerge from Chapter 11 protection in the coming weeks.
Kodak’s Flexographic Packaging Div. produces and markets the FLEXCEL NX system, printing plates, consumables and related services.
EFI CEO Guy Gecht explains what drove the announcement last week that he plans to leave the company once a successor has been named.
Inkjet now offers the fast speeds, high print quality and vibrancy needed to produce high-quality images on a wide range of substrates.
Amcor Limited and Bemis Company have announced that their respective board have approved a deal in which Amcor will acquire Bemis.
The 10% tariff on imported aluminum is now being passed through as a surcharge by printing plate manufacturers to their U.S. customers.
The U.S. Department of Justice, GPO and Cenveo have agreed to sever Cenveo’s contract to print and mail the 2020 U.S. Census materials.
The addition of six HP Indigo 12000 HD digital presses – the first units purchased in the U.S. – will enhance RRD’s printing abilities.