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Here are ten of the top takeaways from SGIA’s 2020 economic outlook, which can help printers plan how to spend their dollars.
Hear key industry analysts Marco Boer share his projections for the print industry and the role of production inkjet technology.
Tyler Christofferson highlights the need for more talented young people to enter the printing industry.
According to an AF&PA report, total U.S. printing-writing paper shipments decreased 8% in January compared to January 2019.
Proforma celebrated the success of ProVision with a cruise for employees, including the tech team, key executives and support teams.
The Optima 106 K, Ellis Packaging’s fourth Koenig & Bauer-Iberica diecutter, has increased productivity and reduced makeready times.
This new appointment showcases Onyx Graphics’ commitment to the global wide-format printing community.
LSC Communications received six board of directors nominations from Sententia Group to be voted on at LSC 2020 shareholder meeting.
The new integration provides PRINERGY users a quick, seamless, and efficient method to set up, control, and monitor digital print jobs.
bluemedia is an official partner with the NFL, and was responsible for the vast majority of the graphics printed for Super Bowl LIV.
Stephen Bennett will manage the overall Esko North America business strategy and 225 business professionals.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Quad released its Q4 and FY19 financials; Domtar has acquired Appvion's point of sale paper business; Jeff Jacobson talks about emerging industry trends; and the latest study on recruiting and retaining skilled production staff was released.
When the former NAPL did a study looking at performance in private printing companies, they made a stunning discovery.