STAMFORD, CT—Cenveo Inc. has informed the department of labor in Maryland that it plans to close its facility in Baltimore by Feb. 26, the Baltimore Business Journal reported. The move with leave 115 employees without jobs. PI Weekly reported last week that Cenveo plants in Virginia and Nebraska were also in the process of shutting down, impacting 180 workers combined.
Directory of the Printing Industries of America affiliates, including addresses, telephone numbers, Website URLs and key contacts.
Omaha Print Celebrates 150 Years With 150 Trees OMAHA, NE—To celebrate the company’s 150th anniversary, Omaha Print employees recently planted 150 trees here at Fontenelle Forest. As the Conservation Stewardship Sponsor for Fontenelle Nature Association (FNA), Omaha Print plans to continue to add trees to Fontenelle Forest yearly. Together, Omaha Print and FNA aim to preserve the biodiversity and ecological integrity of Nebraska lands for current and future generations. CEO Steve Hayes explains that the gift of trees is being made in honor of all the company’s employees, retirees and customers. “We have been fortunate to receive the support of the community for
To help solidify branding and enhance name recognition, the Goodway Group of Companies, headquartered in Philadelphia, announced that its Massachusetts plant has changed its name from Goodway Graphics to Goodway Group of Massachusetts. Their sister facility near Washington, DC, has changed to Goodway Group of Virginia. In other company news, both the Massachusetts and Virginia plants are now FSC certified. The Print Council announced that GLS Companies, Brooklyn Park, MN; The Hickory Printing Group, Hickory, NC; Jet Inc., Downers Grove, IL; and Lake County Press, Waukegan, IL, have joined the organization. As new members, the companies will work in concert with other member companies
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