Cadmus Communications Corporation

Longtime Pennsylvania Printer Closing its Doors
March 2, 2012

WILSON, PA—Cadmus Specialty Publications, which traces its roots here back to the late 1800s as Mack Printing, has notified the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry of its intention to close, The Express-Times reported. The April 27 shutdown will result in the loss of 195 jobs.

ACROSS the nation
February 1, 2011

Commercial printing industry news from Printing Impressions’ February 2011 edition.

ACROSS the nation
October 1, 2010

Commercial Printing News from Printing Impressions’ October 2010 edition, featuring items on Southeast Mail Service and Ries Graphics.

Cadmus Partners with Printondemand-worldwide in Global Network
September 13, 2010

Cadmus will print and distribute all U.S. orders placed with Printondemand-worldwide in a true distributed print model. Book orders will flow from BookVault, a Web-based asset management and procurement system, to Cadmus’ Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system and into production, allowing for the seamless and timely fulfillment of high quality on-demand books.

Across the Nation
April 1, 2010

Commercial printer and bindery news from Across the Nation, including items on Standard Printing and Caramundi, in Printing Impressions April 2010 edition.

February 1, 2010

Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions' February 2010 edition.

A Cautious New Year
December 1, 2009

Amidst the rising cost of postal rates and major cutbacks, publishers and catalogers have been forced to reevaluate their marketing and business strategies. Companies in both sectors looked at cost reduction, how to gain stronger customer loyalty and better ROIs, as well as adopting multi-channel strategies.

Cadmus Communications Announces Organizational Changes
November 30, 2009

The announced changes elevate leaders with extensive backgrounds in meeting the needs of scholarly publishers and emphasize a deeper commitment to providing innovative solutions to address current and future publishing requirements.

50th: Unforgettable Moments — The Odd and Memorable
June 1, 2008

THE YEAR was 1958. A 14-year-old named Bobby Fischer wins the U.S. Chess Championship. Willie O’Ree is the first African-American to play in the National Hockey League. The U.S. Air Force loses a hydrogen bomb off the coast of Savannah, GA, and it’s never found. Poet Ezra Pound is ordered to be released from an insane asylum, and “that book by Nabokov” (“Lolita”) is published in the United States. And, in Philadelphia, a 34-year-old man named Irvin Borowsky published the first issue of Printing Impressions. The industry, this magazine—indeed, our nation and world—have undergone dramatic transformations over the last 50 years. Our publication, just