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
NEWBURYPORT, MA—More than 100 guests, including the town’s mayor and dignitaries from a number of manufacturers, publishers and printers, recently converged on Bradford & Bigelow for the dedication of its new corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility. The educational textbook printer began moving into its new 100,000-square-foot facility last January. The plant, which became fully operational by July, has more than doubled capacity. The pride and joy of the new facility is arguably Bradford & Bigelow’s impressive Digital Book Factory, along with its Timsons web presses equipped with UV capabilities. John Galligan, president of Bradford & Bigelow, says the company converted $10 million worth of Timsons
Pasquariello Graphics is holding a two-day folding school the week of January 26. The course is designed to help operators overcome problems associated with printing and binding. The PGI Folding School features MBO equipment. Graphic arts distributor Enovation Graphic Systems has named Steve Bennett as the company's new vice president of product marketing and communications. Sun Chemical has named Brad Bergey as COO of Kohl & Madden, its business unit devoted to inks used by sheetfed, forms and combination printers in the commercial market. It is planned that Bergey will succeed George Dunn, the current president of Kohl & Madden, when he retires in April.