With the winners of the In-Print 2021 contest now revealed, we wanted to shine a spotlight on some of the pieces honored with awards in the only printing contest exclusively for in-plants.
On Sept. 13, the judges selected 72 winning pieces in the In-Print 2021 contest, the only printing contest exclusively for in-plants. Here are the winners.
In this new video, IPI Editor Bob Neubauer takes us with him to Texas where he toured the University of Texas' in-plant, then mingled with in-plant managers at the Inkjet Summit. It was the first in-person industry event since the pandemic began, and it was a networking nirvana.
Every in-plant outsources something; the smart ones look for opportunities to bring those outsourced services in-house. For Whatcom Community College, one of those services was perfect binding.
When Juniata College Print Services' 10-year-old laminator broke down and replacement parts were unavailable, the in-plant needed a reliable solution.
On Monday, Sept. 13, judges gathered at In-plant Printing and Mailing Association headquarters to judge the In-Print 2021 contest, the only printing contest exclusively for in-plants. They selected 29 Gold award winners.
When Marshfield Clinic Health System pondered outsourcing, its in-plant made a better suggestion: upgrade and save even more money. Thanks in part to a new inkjet press, the shop is more productive than ever.
During the Inkjet Summit, all of the in-plant attendees got together to watch a panel discussion between four inkjet users. IPI Editor Bob Neubauer asked them about their experiences with inkjet.
It’s hard to believe 20 years have passed. To many of us, it seems like yesterday, that day when everything changed.
In a new video, IPI Editor Bob Neubauer chats with two university in-plant managers about how wide-format printing became a “lifesaver” during the pandemic. They talk about the benefits of latex and UV-curable systems, the challenges of finding space for the equipment, and the huge profit margins of wide-format printing.
Though the 2021 PRINTING United Expo has been canceled, in-plants are moving forward, and so will we, despite our disappointment. Our mission to keep you informed has not wavered one bit.
In another of our free online PRINTING United Expo Preview days, we focus once again on the in-plant industry by talking with two in-plant managers about the logistics of adding wide-format printing equipment, and discussing substrate shortages and future availability with two experts.
Sparked by COVID, the growing interest in floor graphics for directional and marketing purposes is a potential win for in-plants.
As Iowa Bankers Association Print & Mail Services prepares to move into a new facility next month, the two-employee in-plant is upgrading its printing capabilities for an expected increase in work.
Fulfillment and shipping services are generating much-needed revenue for in-plants, while enhancing the value they bring to their parent organizations.