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.
The four-unit, 32-page press will be capable of producing saddle stitched and perfect bound products up to 9” wide, a first for single-circumference web presses. Brown will equip the press with closed-loop color, as well as automated register and ribbon controls that increase efficiency while maintaining the high level of quality Brown’s customers have come to expect.
The program is a voluntary agreement by leading industrial companies to reduce their energy intensities by 25% or more over 10 years. Partner companies are coming forward to serve as actual role models and pace setters on an ongoing basis for others in the industrial sector.
Binding and finishing news from Printing Impressions' September 2010 edition, including items on Napco, UniGraphic and Binding Industries Association.
Thirty nationally-recognized companies are sponsoring the Printing Industries Alliance’s upcoming 2010 Franklin Event to date. More than 500 senior executives from the printing, advertising, publishing and graphic sectors are expected to attend the popular annual gala scheduled for Wednesday, September 29.
The exercise had emergency crews responding to a mock printing press explosion and coordinating the rescue of six “injured” employees.
Brown Printing announced that it has reached a five-year agreement with Hearst Magazines to produce and distribute five of the publisher's magazine titles: Food Network Magazine Esquire, Marie Claire, Popular Mechanics and Town&Country.
Can we expect to see more of the same merger activity as 2010 marches on? Judging by the reaction of some veteran observers, the answers, respectively, are "no" and "maybe."
Binding and finishing company news from Printing Impressions' April 2010 edition, including items on Arvato Digital Services and Beyer Graphics
WASECA, MN—Brown Printing announced that it has reached a five-year agreement with Hearst Magazines to produce and distribute five of the publisher's magazine titles. This agreement significantly expands the relationship between Hearst and Brown.