Entering your in-plant’s work in a printing contest exclusively for in-plants should seem like a no-brainer. But each year managers put it off, claiming they’re too busy. Well now you’ve got a full extra month to find time.
Overnight, the Government Publishing Office went from zero to six production inkjet presses. Now, for the first time, GPO will print official U.S. documents using inkjet.
The California Office of State Publishing — one of the country’s largest in-plants — recently moved from its home of 67 years to a modern, efficient, and very green new facility.
The in-plant industry was saddened last week to learn that long-time University of Delaware in-plant manager Rodney Brown had passed away
Over the past six years, in-plants from insurance companies, state governments, school districts and other sectors have installed production inkjet presses, but university in-plants have been noticeably apprehensive — until now.
Though serendipity has shaped her career, Salla Vaerma-Jadlos' path since taking the reins at the City and County of San Francisco's in-plant has been sharply focused on meeting customers' graphic arts needs with skill and efficiency.
I felt like I was back at a trade show in the mid-’90s, so packed was PRINTING United with people and exhibitors. Booths stretched off into the distance as far as the eye could see, giving the hundreds of in-plants at the show plenty to investigate.
You now have just 10 days left to enter the In-Print 2020 contest. If you're been putting it off, it's time to get busy selecting samples of your in-plant's best work. Your staff deserves to have their work considered for an award.
Sooner than expected, the U.S. Senate held the nomination hearing for the future director of the Government Publishing Office yesterday in Washington, D.C. It was the public's first opportunity to see and hear Hugh Nathanial Halpern and learn his thoughts about GPO and his ideas for its future — and not all of his observation about GPO were positive.
Though many in-plants have shut down their offset presses to concentrate on printing smaller runs on digital devices, the University of Nebraska has gone in the opposite direction.
One of the first in-plants to add production inkjet back in 2013, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Document Services has traded in that inaugural device for a new Ricoh Pro VC40000 continuous-feed inkjet press.
Numerous in-plants turned out for a panel discussion at PRINTING United to hear four leading managers reveal how their in-plants have achieved "growth through change."
Over the past month, I’ve seen quite a few in-plant managers in my travels, which have ranged from Florida to North Carolina and on to Dallas, Texas.
When you work in Austin, Texas, attending PRINTING United is a no-brainer. Richard Beto, director of Document Solutions at the University of Texas at Austin, explains why he will be at the inaugural show.
For the past two years, the Government Publishing Office has been led by a series of acting directors. President Trump's previous nomination for the position was later withdrawn. This new nominee comes without the printing pedigree of most of his predecessors.