Nipson SAS (‘Nipson’) today announced that it has left the procedure of ‘Redressement Judiciaire’, which means the company can now resume its activities under the full control of the Board. On 28 October 2008, Nipson SAS filed for the French ‘Redressement Judiciaire’ in the light of the financial difficulties which it had been experiencing, and obtained an agreement with the French Courts for a restructuring plan.
WE GET all kinds of phone calls with strange requests. People want to know if we will publish their memoirs. Or, they want to know about how to get published. I even get two or three calls a year from people wanting to know if I can forward their medical records to their new doctor. Apparently, my number closely resembles a university healthcare record-keeping department.
With the celebration of Earth Day tomorrow, Sappi Fine Paper North America today announced that it will continue supporting Living Lands & Waters in 2009 and reaffirmed its commitment to operating sustainably.
Sappi Fine Paper North America today announced the launch of its digital paper line-up including McCoy for HP Indigo, McCoy Digital and Flo Digital, with continued availability of Opus Digital, to round out the new tiered offering. Boasting exceptional performance and versatility for digital printing, each of Sappi’s digital papers are matched to their folio counterpart and are Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) Chain of Custody certified, contain 10% PCW content and are manufactured with Green-e certified renewable energy.
Printing Impressions' Upfront Commercial Printing News for November 2008
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA—Continental Colorcraft of Monterey Park, CA, was one of nine worldwide printers honored October 3 at the Sappi 2008 International Printers of the Year awards, held here and sponsored by Sappi Ltd. Continental brought home a cast-bronze elephant trophy in the brochures category. Also honored in the magazines category was Transcontinental's Yorkville-O'Keefe facility, based in Toronto.