This week in printing industry news, Cenveo announced it reached a revised Chapter 11 reorganization plan agreement, paving the way for it to exit bankruptcy this summer. Cenveo also announced that upon emergence from bankruptcy, Robert G. Burton Sr. will step down from his position as Chairman and CEO and his son Robert G. Burton Jr., who currently serves as president, will take his place as CEO.
In other news, Ripon Printers, in Ripon, Wisconsin, named Julie Newhouse as its new president, replacing current company president and CEO Andy Lyke.
Also this week, Cimpress proposed building a new Vistaprint manufacturing facility in the Dallas area, which could bring more than 600 jobs to the area.
Finally, Canon announced that company veteran Toyotsugu Kuwamura will retire and Shinichi Yoshida will replace him.