Debbie Simpson, president of Multi-Craft in Cincinnati, discusses how her direct mail printing operation relies on conventional and offset presses, combined with strong list hygiene and analytics, to create effective cross-channel marketing campaigns for her clientele.
After breaking ground 15 months ago, INX International Ink has started to move into its new 63,000-square-foot facility in Lebanon, OH. The manufacturing site sits on 11 acres and will have approximately 38 employees producing several ink lines.
xpedx spent this year expanding its offerings with the equipment and services North American printers have asked for. It’s all going to be shown and discussed in the company’s largest-ever exhibit at PRINT 09 in Chicago, booth 1221. It also will hold a contest for printers, awarding two U.S.-based commercial and/or in-plant printers an all-expense-paid trip for two to the new xpedx Technology Center in metro Cincinnati. The two-day trip is valued at approximately $2,500 per winner.
For commercial printers Ralph Stewart and Steven Reiss, job profitability is up, customers get orders faster than ever and employees are more efficient because of online support and personalized attention from a core supplier.
Printing Impressions’ Bindery and Finishing News for June 2009
Printing Impressions’ Commercial Printing Supplier News for June 2009