Canopy has released an update to its Blueline Report, which ranks the environmental performance of North America’s largest printers.
I attended the recent Dscoop Americas event in San Antonio and was struck by a few trends, such as value-added special effects, digital laser cutting, PrintBeat (which will be the heart of PrintOS for HP Indigo users), the overlap of inkjet and electrophotography, and Print in 8 (the idea that print could be delivered anywhere in the world in eight hours).
It’s a long way from printing plants in Wisconsin or New Jersey to the rugged wilderness of Canada’s northwest coast and its’ Great Bear Rainforest. Nonetheless, there is a strong and meaningful connection between the hum of the presses and the soft sounds of the vast, living ancient forest.
Recently, an increase in printed magazines and catalogs matched with online media has been used to drive awareness of a brand.
TC Transcontinental President and CEO François Olivier stated, “We had an excellent year in 2015,” when reporting fiscal results.
Due to popular demand, Publishing Executive revived its ranking of the Top 20 Magazine Printers.
As a major consumer of paper, your business matters—to the forest industry, communities and governments. Your purchasing decisions influence R&D by forest companies, lead to product innovation and ecopaper options, bolster the adoption of forest certification, and ultimately help determine the fate of ancient and endangered forests. As we all know, forestry operations can sometimes be contentious and the landscape of competing claims can be confusing. That’s where Canopy comes in.
Canopy, an international environmental nonprofit, has released a report profiling forest friendly printers in North America.
The transaction to sell TC Transcontinental’s consumer magazines and their websites to TVA Group has been completed.