Danaher is acquiring 100 percent of the shares in EskoArtwork for a purchase price of €350 million ($470 million). It is a diversified U.S. technology company that designs, manufactures and markets products and services to professional, medical, industrial and commercial customers.
GENT, BELGIUM—Danish investment group Axcel has come to terms with U.S. industrial company Danaher for the acquisition of 100 percent of the shares in EskoArtwork for a purchase price of about $475 million.
Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions' August 2010 edition.
Enfocus, Dynagram, Alwan, and Tools4Media team up to show automation solutions based on Enfocus Switch.
EskoArtwork plans to broaden the program for the upcoming event to offer more valuable content to more users, in more markets, with more partners and for more applications.
Presstek, Inc., a leading manufacturer and marketer of digital offset printing solutions, today announced it will be showing a robust range of digital offset printing solutions at the upcoming On Demand Conference and Expo, scheduled for March 30 through April 2, 2009, in Philadelphia.
EskoArwork announced today that it will restructure the EskoArtwork worldwide workforce by approximately 10%. In addition, the company will reduce its operational spending. The current economic slowdown and 2009 global outlook have led to this decision, despite profitable growth in 2008.
With the theme, "Igniting Green Media Business Growth, Innovation & Resilience - Being Lean, Green and Profitable in a Shrinking Economy," The Business of Green Media Conference will address "bottom line" issues about not only how to implement sustainable practices, but how to do it profitably. This topic is extremely revalent for all media producers and purchasers. The conference that will take place on the Cal Poly campus in San Luis Obispo on January 22.
Printing Impressions magazine and Ethical Markets Media join the growing list of sponsors for Cal Poly's 2nd Annual The Business of Green Media sustainability conference to be held on January 22, 2009. The conference is produced by SustainCommWorld and hosted by Cal Poly's Graphic Communication Institute.
The focus at Graph Expo was on what’s available to buy today, especially with the deadline looming for the investment tax credit. Digital press vendors asserted that the current economic conditions play to the technology’s strengths. Shorter runs produced on demand combined with more targeted, personalized printing enable the industry’s end customers to make the most of their printing spend, the argument goes. And, it’s more sustainable to boot.