Roy Grossman, founding partner of MSP Digital Marketing, announced today that Dante Mazzocco has joined the company as executive vice president of business development. MSP Digital is a privately held marketing communications and digital services provider. MSP is currently building a national network of companies with a focus on sophisticated variable data print capabilities, specialty direct mail, digital packaging & labels, and large format applications.
CLIFTON, NJ—Sunny skies and more than 200 customers and guests from all parts of the country converged on Sandy Alexander Thursday for its open house. The occasion marked the dedication of the company's two new HP Indigo 7000 digital presses and its in-house digital division, eSA Solutions. Visitors were also able to see examples of Sandy Alexander's Web-to-print and variable data applications.
Printing Impressions' Upfront Commercial Printing News for April 2009
CLIFTON, NJ—eSA Solutions, the digital technology subsidiary of Sandy Alexander, is relocating to the corporate headquarters here after having installed two seven-color HP Indigo 7000 digital color presses. eSA Solutions was formerly located in Fairfield, NJ. The move will enable eSA to reduce the carbon footprint of its digital operation by taking advantage of synergies in administration, prepress, bindery, transportation and fulfillment.
eSA Solutions, the digital technology subsidiary of Sandy Alexander Inc., has installed two advanced seven-color HP Indigo 7000 presses in a new high-tech facility in Clifton, NJ. Mike Graff, Sandy Alexander’s President, made the announcement today. “We have seen record growth in our digital business, despite the difficult business environment, and we are responding to our clients’ demands for new end-to-end products and services by making a significant investment to expand our offerings and strengthen our capabilities.”
IF THIS magazine chose to hand out an award for the biggest newsmaker of the year, the 2008 honor would go to Quebecor World (QW), hands down. One might contend that the attention, while merited, is not the type of exposure a company would want: Financing issues, trying to sell an unprofitable venture and muddling through with bankruptcy in two countries. But Quebecor World is a printer for our economic times, the No. 2 in North America at a time when market leaders (Circuit City, AIG, Lehman Bros.) have come crashing down.