Dan Marx, of SGIA, gives an overview of the nearly 100 wide-ranging educational sessions at PRINTING United in Dallas this October.
On this episode of The Week that Was, the proposed acquisition of MBO by Heidelberg was struck down; Riot Creative Imaging will install Océ Colorado 1640's in nearly a dozen facilities; Quad makes a new hire; and Mark Hahn discusses the de-evolution of Cenveo.
Peter Schaefer, of New Direction Partners, discusses the current landscape for printing and packaging industry M&A transactions.
Donna Covannon, director of marketing NA at Xeikon America, discusses why printers should participate in the upcoming Xeikon Café North America, which is taking place May 14-16 in the Chicago area.
Peter Schaefer, of New Direction Partners, on the types of commercial printing and packaging businesses in high demand among buyers.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Cenveo announced the sale of its long run label and receipt paper assets to Iconex LLC; R.R. Donnelley and Quad reported financial results for the first quarter of 2019; American Litho is bringing an HP PageWide Web Press T240 HD on board; and Kirkwood Direct is bringing on a Ricoh Pro VC60000 featuring expanded gamut inks.
New Direction Partners’ Peter Schaefer reviews EBITDA and stock price trends for publicly traded printing and packaging companies.
In this episode of "The Week That Was" Mark Michelson highlights a recent video with Peter Schaefer of New Direction Partners; Postal Center International in South Florida consolidates into a new, 225,000-sq.-ft. printing plant; Allied Litho in Kansas City is ordering a specially designed 41˝ Rapida 106 UV press with double coaters; Mike Anderman, owner of Proforma123, secures a $1 million contract; and Barb Pellow shares an insightful blog about the resurgence of QR codes.
Peter Schaefer and Mark Michelson predict how the Department of Justice, Antitrust Div., will rule on the acquisition of LSC by Quad.
In this episode of The Week that Was, EFI entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired for $1.7 billion; the PRC issued a compliance assessing the USPS in FY18; and Bill Farquharson has some advice about badmouthing the competition.
Marco Boer outlines his latest takeaways about production inkjet printing and what’s prompting the ‘second wave’ of adopters to invest.
Ironsides Technology software enables real-time printing work-in-process visibility, automated document tracking and accountability.
On this episode of The Week that Was, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing has proposed a new $1.4 billion production facility; Signs.com will acquire Ferrari Color; Stephen Nigro has been named as a strategic advisor to Kornit Digital; and Peter Schaefer talks about current trends in EBITDA.
New Direction Partners’ Peter Schaefer discusses current EBITDA multiple ranges for publicly-held printing and packaging companies.
On this episode of The Week that Was, Thomson-Shore filed chapter 11 bankruptcy; Envision3 acquired Direct Mail Solutions; The Printer Inc. opened a new facility and ordered two new presses; and Budweiser honors a baseball legend.
Are you questioning why you should enter the 2019 Gold Ink Awards competition? Look no further. Here is what you have to gain from winning a coveted Gold, Silver or Bronze award!
On this episode of The Week that Was, we learned of the passing of Thomas Metzger; Heidelberg announced it will exhibit at PRINTING United; ClientLink and IBS Direct will merge to form Intellus; and Duggal Visual Solutions has upgraded its HP Indigo 12000 to HD.
On this episode of The Week that Was, we discuss the John Roberts' acquisition of HM Graphics' assets; Southeastern Printing's $7.5 million investment; a recap of Hunkeler Innovationdays; and look at the current status of the paper market.
On this episode of The Week that Was, we discuss the status of McCormick Armstrong and its agreement with EP Graphics; Quad and LSC's recent shareholder approvals; the acquisition of Multi-Color Corporation in a $2.5 billion deal; and share some insight into RRD's direct mail strategy.