Printing Industries of America proudly announces the recipients of the 2012 Best Workplace in the Americas Awards. A total of 13 companies received the coveted “Best of the Best” designation, while 23 earned “Best Workplace” honors.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ June 2012 edition, featuring J.S. McCarthy Printers and Precision Graphics of Oregon.
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ June 2012 edition.
Edwards Brothers and Malloy Inc., two prominent book manufacturers based here, merged on Feb. 6. The new firm is called Edwards Brothers Malloy and has combined sales of $115 million, making it the sixth largest book printer in the United States.
Think Patented of Dayton, OH, will be awarded the Management Plus program’s highest honor, the William K. Marrinan Hall of Fame Award, in addition to a 2011 Management Plus Gold Award. “Management Plus Award-winning companies demonstrate clearly their commitment to excellence in every managerial and operational area of their business, including interactions with their employees, customers, suppliers, and the community at large,” said NAPL President and CEO Joseph P. Truncale, Ph.D.
ANN ARBOR, MI—In a stunning development for the book printing industry, Edwards Brothers (EB) and Malloy Inc., two prominent book manufacturers based here, merged effective Feb. 6. The new firm will be called Edwards Brothers Malloy and will have combined sales of $115 million, making it the sixth largest book printer in the United States.
Edwards Brothers and Malloy Inc. have formed a new company called Edwards Brothers Malloy, which will have combined sales of $115 million from three offset facilities plus 11 digital print plants. John Edwards will be the CEO of Edwards Brothers Malloy.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ January 2012 edition, featuring items on Mollet Printing, Jarob Inc. and Wild Apple Graphics.
PITTSBURGH—A total of 33 graphic arts companies were named recipients of the 2011 Best Workplace in the Americas Awards by Printing Industries of America (PIA). The winners were selected by a committee of human resources experts from within the industry. The program is designed to recognize graphic arts companies for their outstanding human relations efforts that contribute to a successful workplace.
Thirty three graphic arts companies were selected as recipients of 2011 Best Workplace in the Americas Awards by a committee of distinguished human resources experts from within the industry. A total of 14 companies received the coveted Best of the Best designation, while 19 earned Best Workplace honors.