Helene Rubin describes Bartash Printing’s loan agreement extension with its lender and a $1.7 million equipment investment this year.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about the first Landa S10 Nanographic press being installed at Landa's first S10 beta customer Graphica Bezalel; InnerWorkings' second quarter gross profit increase; Mail-Gard, a division of IWCO Direct, creating a dedicated Advanced Recovery Center at its Warminster, Pa. campus; and Bartash Printing extending its Loan Agreement with North Mill Capital through 2020, with more favorable terms, and its investment of more than $1.7 million dollars in 2017 in its press and postpress departments.
Philadelphia-based Bartash Printing has extended its Loan Agreement with North Mill Capital through 2020, with more favorable terms.
The Top 20 Magazine Printers ranking has returned for the third year since its revival in 2014. The ranking, which lists leading printers in the U.S. and Canada based on revenue earned in the magazine sector, is intended to serve magazine publishers as they assess their printing needs and the landscape of potential printing partners.
For all the digital doomsayers predicting the demise of print, a scene from “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” seems relevant.
Jay Sterin has been named VP of sales and marketing of Philadelphia-based Bartash Printing.
Bartash Printing has completed a successful refinancing with North Mill Capital, that consists of a revolving line of credit.
A newly formed company named Kappa Printing Management Associates (KPMA) will be led by Eric Roberts as president.
Philadelphia-based Bartash Printing has appointed Keith Fisher vice president, finance and administration.
Jack Ricciuti has joined Bartash Inc. in Philadelphia as vice president of manufacturing. Ricciuti brings over 30 years of industry experience in publications to his new position, having most recently served at Evergreen Printing, in Bellmawr, NJ.