One of the most information-packed discussions at the Inkjet Summit took place during the in-plant breakout session, which featured a panel of four inkjet users. One common theme among panelists was the aging labor force, and the increasing need for automation provided by inkjet.
After a full career as a nurse and a decade as a stay-at-home mom, Deb Noss began an unexpected third career in the printing industry.
The College and University Print Management Association of Canada (CUPMAC) opted to hold one more virtual conference this year, since most members were not able to travel this spring. That conference has been taking place this week, with the final sessions happening today.
On the heels of its successful conference in Buffalo, New York, the In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association announces the dates and locations for its 2022 Road Shows. These events, not held since 2019, offer in-plants the chance to get together for networking and education.
Watch as the In-Print 2022 judges narrow down the contestants and select the Best of Show winner out of all the offset pieces.
At the recent IPMA awards ceremony in Buffalo, New York, IPI Editor Bob Neubauer talked with five of the six In-Print Best of Show winners from 2020, 2021, and 2022 to get their reactions.
There wasn't much time to rest during last week's In-plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) conference. From the opening reception Sunday evening to the final sessions on Thursday, managers were always busy.
After years of monitoring the technology, Oregon’s Publishing & Distribution operation has embraced inkjet at last, joining its state government in-plant peers.
At the IPMA awards ceremony in Buffalo, New York, the six winners of In-Print Best of Show awards from the years 2020, 2021, and 2022 were announced at last. There were some surprises.
An inkjet trailblazer when it first installed the technology seven years ago, the State of Colorado’s Integrated Document Solutions operation has replaced its original inkjet press with an even more advanced model.
Nearly 140 in-plant managers and other attendees are in Buffalo this week for the first In-plant Printing and Mailing Association conference since 2019. The enthusiasm is strong.
The buzz around 25th IPMA conference has been building, and I can’t wait to see my in-plant friends again.
Small shops can produce excellent work. Just ask Tim Criswell, of Sunkist Growers, whose in-plant consistently wins In-Print awards.
The long drought of in-person conferences and connection will end on June 12, when the IPMA 2022 conference begins in Buffalo, New York, and continues for four full days.
After three long years, in-plants will finally be able to get together again at PRINTING United Expo to see the latest technology, attend educational sessions, and just network with one another. In this new video, Mark Subers, president of events and exhibitions at PRINTING United Alliance, tells us what in-plants can expect at the show, which will take place Oct. 19-21 in Las Vegas.