Courier Corp. has announced fourth-quarter and full-year results for its fiscal year ended September 28, 2013. Fourth-quarter revenues in fiscal 2013 were $84 million, up 9 percent from $77 million in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2012.
PITTSBURGH—Printing Industries of America has announced the recipients of the 2013 Best Workplace in the Americas Awards. A total of 27 graphic arts companies, both members of Printing Industries of America and non-members, were selected by a committee of distinguished human resources experts from within the industry. The program is designed to recognize graphic arts companies for their outstanding human relations efforts which contribute to a successful workplace.
Since 2000, Printing Industries of America has honored the best places to work in the graphic arts industry with annual awards. The Best Workplace in the Americas Awards is one of the most stringent human resources awards programs available in any industry.
With the addition of a second HP T410 color inkjet web press, Courier Corp. will double its digital printing capacity at its plant in Kendallville, IN. The new press will also meet a high volume of diverse printing needs across a full range of run lengths.
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions’ July 2013 edition, including Consolidated Graphics's acquistion of Universal Printing, Dellas Graphics and Canfield & Tack, RR Donnelley, White Wolf Web printing, Ingram Content Group and Courier Corp., Temple-Inland and Phoenix Lithographing, the commercial printing division of The Phoenix Group, merging with Innovation Printing & Communications and Innovation Marketing.
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions’ June 2013 edition, including Quad/Graphics Inc., StaplesEquity Partners CRB LLC and Jacob North Printing, Carl Didde, Brown Printing, SG360°, Courier Corp. and James Bender.
NASHVILLE, TN—Ingram Content Group and Courier Corp. announced that they will be working together to offer an array of global content services for publisher clients. Courier will use Ingram's print-on-demand and digital distribution services, and Ingram will use Courier's printing capabilities to streamline workflow and speed delivery to retailers and readers worldwide.
A new strategic relationship has been made between Courier Corp. and Ingram Content Group, where Courier will use Ingram's print-on-demand and digital distribution services, and Ingram will use Courier's printing capabilities to streamline workflow and speed delivery to retailers and readers worldwide.
NORTH CHELMSFORD, MA—Courier Corp., which specializes in book manufacturing and content management, announced that it has acquired FastPencil Inc., a developer of end-to-end, cloud-based content management technology. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
By acquiring FastPencil, a developer of end-to-end, cloud-based content management technology in Campbell, CA, Courier Corp. will build on its leadership in content management and customization for educational publishers, while bringing a comparable offering to a broader market.