“The Multichannel Revolution: New Media, New Approaches, New Opportunities” white paper focuses on industry drivers, data as a competitive advantage, the importance of marketing performance metrics, print’s role in effective multichannel marketing, and the influence of technological innovations on growth in the years ahead.
Binding and finishing news from Printing Impressions’ February 2011 edition, featuring items on Prestige Printing, Brown Printing, Freeport Press and Thomson-Shore.
WASECA, MN—Brown Printing has contracted Ferag to supply and install an EasySert inserting line at its facility in East Greenville, PA. The line will mainly be used for adding up to 12 inserts (postcards, magazines, etc.) to stitched products.
Brown’s East Greenville, PA, facility will mainly use the EasySert inserting line for adding up to 12 inserts (postcards, magazines, etc.) to stitched products. Installation has already begun, with full production scheduled for the first quarter of 2011.
Commercial printing industry news from Printing Impressions’ January 2011 edition, featuring William Charles Printing.
While many magazine and catalog printers have reported some improvement in their sectors since 2009, economic and industry uncertainty still carried its weight into 2010. Reduction in advertising pages, a migration to digital alternatives, and the rising cost of postage and paper have remained key issues.
Commercial printing industry news briefs, including items on Brown Printing, the Espresso Book Machine, RR Donnelley inkjet press, Quad/Graphics, Dartmouth Printing and others.
Sustainability and green printing news from Printing Impressions' November 2010 edition.
Those lithographic printers walking the show floor earlier this month at Graph Expo in search of a bevy of heavy-iron, offset presses were sorely disappointed. With press manufacturers Heidelberg USA, Komori America and Mitsubishi Lithographic Presses opting to pass on this year's show, the South Hall at McCormick Place lacked the all-encompassing lineup of traditional press vendors that visitors in years past have come to expect.