Harding Poorman Group
Steve Anzalone has joined Idealliance as a Partner in its Ideadvisors business advisory group.
Canon Solutions America has launched an all-encompassing campaign called “The Connection.”
HardingPoorman updated its equipment fleet to include the Canon imagePRESS C7011, Océ VarioPrint 6320 and Canon imagePRESS C10000VP.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ July 2014 edition, featuring Signature Flexible Packaging, OEC Graphics, Topweb, Paddock Publishing, HardingPoorman, J.S. McCarthy Printers, The Flesh Co., The Charlotte Observer, Victory Press, Trust Franklin Press and Avalanche Services.
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions’ June 2014 edition, including HardingPoorman, Lithographix Inc., Brilliant Graphics, Graphic Edge Printing and Packaging, Kodak, Agfa and Heidelberg, First Edge Solutions, The U.S. Postal Service, Menasha Packaging, and Quad/Graphics.
There is a select group of companies in the printing industry that take an aggressive approach to offering working terms and conditions that attract and keep valued employees. How does your shop stack up against them?
Commercial printing industry national news, featuring items on Clermont Printing & Office Supplies and Olympus Group.
The former owner of packaging firm Discom Technologies has filed suit against buyer Harding Poorman Group Inc. and subsidiary SPG Graphics, alleging he was shorted a percentage of Discom sales he was to have collected after the sale. Jeffrey S. Combs also alleges in the suit brought last month in Marion Superior Court that the Indianapolis graphics and publishing company later dissolved Discom, rendering his remaining 20-percent stake worthless.
Combs devised and patented a method to bind compact discs and their sleeves into printed materials. The vinyl compact disc sleeve can run through binding equipment with the disc enclosed,
INDIANAPOLIS—HardingPoorman Group has purchased Saint Clair Press from Houston-based Nationwide Graphics. Saint Clair was part of the five-company package that comprised Premier Graphics, obtained at a bankruptcy auction by Nationwide. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Commercial printer and digital graphics company SPG Graphics announced plans today to expand its printing and production operations here, creating more than 30 new jobs in the next five years. The company, which offers clients a single source for services ranging from printing to online order fulfillment and mailing, will invest more than $7 million to upgrade its printing and logistics operation on the city's northwest side.