Printing Impressions' Upfront Commercial Printing Industry News for May 2009
LINCOLN, NE—Jacob North Companies has acquired the assets of nobrainer LLC, which specializes in variable data printing and cross-media communications through its Individualized Content Mail products, including nobrainermail. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded in 1888, Jacob North provides web, sheetfed, digital and flexo printing, along with mailing, fulfillment and inventory management.
Jacob North Companies, a leading regional printing and graphics communications company, has acquired the assets of nobrainer, LLC. nobrainer, LLC was a regional leader in the variable data print industry through its Individualized Content Mail products, including nobrainermail.
PrinterPresence, the largest provider of website solutions for printers, will be showcasing several major upgrades to the PrinterPresence website solution at the 2009 AIIM On Demand Conference & Expo.?? Attendees visiting the PrinterPresence booth will be able to see demonstrations of the following:
Printing Industries of America proudly announces the recipients of the 2008 Best Workplace in the Americas Awards. A total of 51 graphic arts companies, both Printing Industries of America members and non-members, were selected by a committee of distinguished Human Resource experts from within the industry. The program is designed to recognize graphic arts companies for outstanding human relations efforts that contribute to a successful workplace.
LINCOLN, NE-- (January 5, 2004) --An Experian senior management group and Sterling Capital Partners, LP, a private equity firm, today announced they have acquired the Lettershop, Printing and Packaging Services and Cole Services divisions of Experian's North American operations. Through a new company, MetroGroup Corp., the group acquired the operating assets of all related Experian operations in Nebraska, Iowa and Vermont. In addition, it also acquired the assets of Experian's Cole Services division, a leading cross-reference directory offered in print and electronic versions. Experian reportedly will maintain a financial interest in MetroGroup and will be a leading client for its services. "MetroGroup