MENOMONEE FALLS, WI—Arandell Corp. and Schumann Printers have signed a joint venture marketing agreement to cross-sell their manufacturing platforms. Currently, Arandell specializes in long-run printing and services, while Fall River, WI-based Schumann focuses on short-run capabilities and services. By working together, the two family-owned printers will be able to expand the range of services they offer to existing and new customers.
Arandell specializes in long-run printing and services, while Schumann focuses on short-run capabilities and services. By working together, the two family-owned and Wisconsin-based printers will be able to expand the range of services they offer to existing and new customers.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ April 2012 edition, featuring Source One Digital, O'Neil Data Systems and Lew A. Cummings Co.
Binding and finishing news from Printing Impressions’ January 2011 edition, featuring items on L. Brown and Sons Printing and Arvato Digital Services.
FALL RIVER, WI—Schumann Printers has invested heavily in Goss printing press technology. The publication printer’s latest addition, to be installed in December, is a four-color Sunday 3000/32 2x8 format web press. A Goss Pacesetter stitcher was installed in July and the company also hired Goss to upgrade its existing M-1000 press.
Tanagraphics, Seybert Merge NEW YORK CITY—Tanagraphics Inc. and Seybert Nicholas Printing Group have signed a definitive merger agreement to form what they claim to be the largest privately held company providing print management solutions in the Big Apple. The new company will be called TanaSeybert and will offer commercial and digital printing, advertising prepress services, bindery and mailing services. TanaSeybert will also offer a full range of integrated Web- and browser-based services. Harris DeWese, chairman of Compass Capital Partners, served as financial advisor for the transaction. Baldwin, technotrans Deal Nixed SHELTON, CT—Baldwin Technology has notified technotrans AG that it will no longer pursue the transaction announced in
A Strong Finish Optimism was sky-high throughout the exhibit halls during GRAPH EXPO and CONVERTING EXPO, held in Chicago this past September. Why? A sizeable segment of the vendors noted that there appeared to be more printers and trade finishers touting checkbooks—and fewer tire kickers at McCormick Place. Whether it is the first signs of economic recovery and prosperity in this country remains to be seen, but big crowds on the show floor was certainly a good sign. And it wasn't just the prepress and press vendors that reported brisk activity—those pitching finishing products found the latest GRAPH EXPO to their liking. "We did