Due to the closure of the Cenveo Graphic Arts Center commercial printing operation by March 31, 91 workers will be layed off.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from Xerox (rings bell at the NYSE and launches Brother Dominic commercial and the separation of Conduent). Other news came from Platinum Equity (the acquisition of Cox Target Media's Valpak direct mail operation); RR Donnelley (leveraged and integrated the HITRUST Common Security Framework program); Cenveo (back in full compliance under the NYSE’s minimum market capitalization standard); and Printing Impressions (the top 5 most read stories published online by PI).
James Moorhead has joined Cenveo’s board of directors. Cenveo also reported that it is in full compliance with NYSE listing standards.
The team at Printing Impressions proudly presents the 33rd Printing Impressions 400 list, the industry’s most comprehensive list of the leading printing companies in the U.S. and Canada ranked by annual sales. The PI 400 rankings offers a glimpse at how the industry has changed, performed and evolved over the years — whether through the adoption of new technologies and/or through M&A transactions.
For its 2016 third quarter results, Cenveo has reported net sales of $406.0 million compared to $419.8 million.
In an announcement, Cenveo revealed its net income for the second quarter of 2016 was $47.6 million.
Cenveo Inc. has announced a reverse split of its common stock, $0.01 par value, at a ratio of 1-for-8, effective July 13, 2016.
Ever thought about the link between forest fires and your printing choices?
Cenveo Corp. closed on an exchange offer whereby approximately 80% of its outstanding 11.5% Senior Notes due 2017 were exchanged.
ColorGraphics Seattle, a Cenveo company, submitted this 2016 Gold Ink Awards entry into the Consumer Catalogs, Web, category.