Integrated Book Technology

May 1, 2012

Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions’ May 2012 edition, including items on Harland Clarke, The Allied Group, Multi Packaging Solutions, Princeton Fulfillment Solutions, Kirkwood Holdings, Omaha Print, Integrated Book Technology and Carlos Barboza.

IBT Global Purchases Hamilton Printing
April 20, 2012

TROY, NY—Integrated Book Technology (IBT Global) has joined forces with Hamilton Printing of Castleton, NY, to expand its book production services. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. IBT is ranked 243rd with $19 million in sales on the 2011 Printing Impressions 400 ranking.

IBT Global Purchases Hamilton Printing to Expand Its Book Production Services
April 17, 2012

The new company will operate under the name IBT/Hamilton moving forward and will have more than 160 employees with revenues approaching $30 million. IBT’s digital offering will be enhanced by Hamilton’s web offset capabilities. The corporate headquarters and manufacturing facilities will remain in their current locations for the time being.

Integrated Book Technology Powers Up New Print-on-Demand Center
 With Océ Inline Digital Book Factory
October 15, 2009

Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, announced today that Integrated Book Technology, Inc. has installed an Océ VarioPrint® 6250 digital duplex cutsheet printer, with Océ PRISMAproduction® software, a Challenge three-knife trimmer, CEM DocuConverter®, and GPSquared case binding system in the Books International distribution center in Dulles, Virginia.

HP Graphics Business Experiences Most Successful Year to Date
January 22, 2009

HP today announced it has completed its most successful year in the graphic arts industry to date, building on increased sales activity, leads and interest from its first announcement of new-platform technologies in March, through the debut of those solutions at drupa in May, to subsequent fulfillment of sales in the months following the show.

ACROSS the nation
January 1, 2009

Printing Impressions' Across the Nation Commercial Printer News for January 2009

ACROSS the Nation
April 1, 2008

New Perfector Pumps Up Production at Ultra Imaging BILLINGS, MT—Ultra Imaging, an AlphaGraphics franchise, reports a monthly average increase in print volume of 30 percent since recently installing its four-color Heidelberg Printmaster PM 74 perfector. The new press, which replaced an older two-color model, is being used to print general commercial products, including books, advertising and marketing materials for local clientele, as well as high-end reports for nonprofit organizations. Large-Format UV Press of Choice For Superior LOS ANGELES—Superior Lithographics, a supplier of high-quality litho labels, top sheets and folding cartons, has installed a new six-color, 64˝ KBA Rapida 162a sheetfed press with

The 2007 Printing Impressions 400
December 1, 2007

The 2012 Printing Impressions 400 list of the largest printing companies in the United States and Canada as ranked by annual sales.

DIGITAL digest
April 1, 2004

On Demand Closes Doors on Its New York City Run NEW YORK—Two surprises awaited exhibitors and attendees at the recent 2004 On Demand Conference & Exposition. Unfortunately, they both related to the event itself. On the first day, word spread of a change in location and timing for the next installment of the industry forum, which is scheduled to be held May 17-19, 2005, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in the heart of Philadelphia. There was no formal announcement, so most exhibitors first learned of the move when they were approached about reserving a booth for the 2005 show. The second surprise awaited attendees

Just-In-Time Finishing — Finishing Touches
February 1, 2001

BY SCOTT POLK Eighty percent of printing jobs need finishing work, according to Duplo USA Vice President of Marketing Peter Tu. With customers demanding quick turnarounds and quality work, the bindery plays an important role in the overall printing process. This is especially true as commercial printing continues its digital revolution. "Print-on-demand has become increasingly popular among printers today," Tu notes. "It offers many benefits such as waste elimination, versatility and cost savings. It's no secret that the widespread availability of on-demand technology has expanded the capabilities of printing operations. Printers are always looking for ways to keep up with technology while