WHAT IS there not to love about the state of Pennsylvania? “This is the land of Ben Franklin, and his most conspicuous craft is printing,” notes Eric Roberts, director of sales for Philadelphia-based Bartash Printing. Roberts echoes his fellow Philadelphia-area and eastern Pennsylvania printers when it comes to the chief advantage they enjoy as businesses: the ability to reach as far north as New England and as far south as the Carolinas.
Printing Impressions Bindery and Postpress News for March 2009
Printing Impressions' Commercial Printer News for March 2009
Fry Communications (www.frycomm.com) now offers co-mailing of polybagged products at its on-site co-mailing operation at its Mechanicsburg, PA campus. Co-mailing of polybagged Periodical products offers a wider group of publishers and marketers expanded opportunities to participate in this cost-saving distribution method. With co-mailing providing an important customer benefit in these challenging times, Fry also plans to expand its on-site co-mail operation further in the first half of 2009.
MECHANICSBURG, PA—1/8/07— Fry Communications recently announced two top management promotions. Michael T. Lukas has been named Chief Operating Officer. Lukas, who joined the company twenty-one years ago, was formerly the Assistant to the President. He will oversee all operational functions of the company as well as the Emigsville, PA, manufacturing facility. Michael L. Weber has been named Director of Manufacturing reporting to the COO. Weber, who joined Fry fourteen years ago, has held a variety of manufacturing posts in the company, most recently as Plant Manager of Building 4. All Mechanicsburg manufacturing facilities will report to Mike. He and his team will focus on continuous development