Brown Printing Co. announced today that it has been awarded a multi-year contract in excess of $90 million to produce the Army & Air Force Exchange Service catalog and circular programs. This agreement significantly augments the relationship between Army & Air Force Exchange Service and Brown.
Brown Printing Co. today announced the expansion of their co-mail capacity and capabilities through a strategic vested partnership with ALG Worldwide Logistics and their sister company Print and Mailing Solutions (PAMS).
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Howard Fenton has joined the staff of the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL), Paramus, NJ, as a senior consultant of digital technologies. Previously, Fenton served for six years as the senior consultant of digital technology for the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation. The Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) has granted $275,000 in scholarships to a total of 202 students pursuing careers in the graphic communications industry. PGSF awarded 99 of the scholarships to women and 103 to men. Also, Brown Printing, Waseca, MN, recently pledged $50,000 to establish the Wayne "Bumps" Brown Honorary Scholarship. After the fund matures, the scholarship will be awarded
Dan Nitz, president and CEO of Brown Printing, talks about industry consolidation, his projections for e-commerce—and Brown's formidable offset printing intentions for its Midwest territory. BY MARIE RANOIA ALONSO The power of print. Dan Nitz, president and CEO of Brown Printing, believes this power will stay in place for some time, even though print will be enhanced and, yes, compromised at times, by the rise of e-commerce and Internet traffic. While conventional in some views, Nitz is also a visionary. He understands the nature of commercial printing—and its logical, likely evolution. Recently, Printing Impressions spoke with Nitz at his Waseca, MN, office. Sharing his thoughts on Brown