Allied Printing Services is manufacturing PPE (personal protective equipment), specifically face shields. Allied's management team converted manufacturing lines that normally produce essential print, packaging, and direct mail to produce face shields for hospital workers and first responders.
Last week, Allied Printing Services held a ceremony to mark the completion of a solar installation at its Manchester, Connecticut, facility. The ceremony was attended by elected officials, legislators, energy and utility officials, partners and employees. The 1.4 megawatt system, which is comprised of 4,591 panels atop Allied’s 275,000-square-foot facility, will provide about 17 percent of the company's total electricity usage.
The wind turbine will provide Phoenix Press with about one-third of their annual energy needs, saving the company around $35,000 a year in utility costs.
Journal Register Co. today announced that the company and its subsidiaries have filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York to implement a pre-negotiated plan of reorganization (the “Plan”) with certain of its secured lenders designed to substantially reduce the company’s debt.
PERHAPS YOU had it circled on your calendar and forgot to send him a card. No matter. Noah Webster, he of abridged and unabridged dictionary fame, turned 250 and was feted in mid-October by Yale University, his alma mater.
DE PERE, WI—September 24, 2008—Hamilton Robinson Capital Partners, a private equity firm based in Connecticut, announced today that together with MEGTEC Systems management, it has acquired MEGTEC from parent company Sequa Corporation. The transaction involves all MEGTEC businesses, including the Printing Products (PPG) and Industrial and Environmental Products (IEPG) Groups and related Services Groups. MEGTEC will become a stand-alone company with no major change in management structure or day-to-day business operations.