On this episode of The Week that Was, the USPS has filed a notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission requesting price changes; Ricoh announced new gold and silver toners; Geoffrey Eisenberg offered some advice to fellow printers; and Frank Romano celebrates 80 years and reflects back on the industry.
Printing industry veteran Frank Romano offers up a trilogy of sessions this week that look at top trends in various parts of the printing industry.
Attendees can still register at Early Bird rates for the upcoming 7th Annual Print & Media Conference http://printbuyersinternational.com/2012-print-and-media-conference/attendee-registration/ from Oct. 8-10 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
Think Patented, a growing marketing services provider in Dayton, Ohio, recently added the KODAK Dimensional Printing capability to its KODAK NEXPRESS S2500 Digital Production Color Press, and is experiencing a rapid rise in demand from its clients. The company is also using the KODAK NEXPRESS Glossing Unit to produce high-value, distinctive jobs that stand out in the marketplace. Both Dimensional Printing and the Glossing Unit are available as part of KODAK NEXPRESS Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions.
NPES The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies will bring to the Boston area—and Standard Finishing Systems—the fourth and final program of its 2009 Regional Meeting series on Friday, June 26.
Following is a special report from Day 2 of the 2009 Offset and Beyond Conference. Printing Industries of America's Executive Team is reporting from Caesars Palace, where the Conference continues today. What do you do? If your answer is "I am just a printer", you are not likely to be in business much longer in these turbulent times. Tuesday's general session opened with Making the Transformation from Printer to Marketing Communications Provider.