Bob Neubauer

Bob Neubauer

Bob has served as editor of In-plant Impressions since October of 1994. Prior to that he served for three years as managing editor of Printing Impressions, a commercial printing publication. Mr. Neubauer is very active in the U.S. in-plant industry. He attends all the major in-plant conferences and has visited nearly 170 in-plant operations around the world. He has given presentations to numerous in-plant groups in the U.S., Canada and Australia, including the Association of College and University Printers and the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association. He also coordinates the annual In-Print contest, cosponsored by IPMA and In-plant Impressions.

BCBS of Tennessee Installs Two Inkjet Presses

By adding two production inkjet presses, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Print Solutions is prepared to handle the “exponential” growth of its digital print business.

University of Texas In-plant Takes on All Campus Deliveries

As you seek new services for your in-plant to offer, don’t forget to look outside the walls of your print shop. At The University of Texas at Austin, Document Solutions Director Richard Beto discovered a way to capitalize on his staff delivering print and mail to every building on campus on a daily basis.

Xerox to Close XBS Field Offices

Everything seemed promising when Xerox rebranded Global Imaging Systems as Xerox Business Solutions a few weeks ago. But now we're getting word that the company is planning to shutter nearly 200 of its XBS field offices.

Ithaca Newspaper Highlights In-plant in Video

The Ithaca College Center for Print Production got a great PR boost recently when the college newspaper, The Ithacan, produced a very professional video touting the in-plant's capabilities as part of its #ICHowItWorks series of videos.

An Inkjet Press in Dairyland

The new inkjet color press installed at the Wisconsin Bureau of Publishing and Distribution is 30% faster than the monochrome toner printer it replaced — and the uptime is “outstanding.”

New Research Examines In-house Mailing Operations

To get a better understanding of the mailing services in-plants provide, how mail and package volumes are changing and which mailing technologies in-plants are installing, we surveyed our readers and are in the midst of writing a research report. Here are some of our initial findings.

From the Editor: New Year, New Name

It doesn’t seem so long ago that we were brainstorming new names to transform the moldy In-plant Reproductions into something a bit more modern. But that was 23 years ago. It was time for a change.

More Time to Promote Your In-plant

If you thought it was too late to enter your in-plant's work in the In-Print contest, think again. The deadline was extended until Feb. 28. You owe it to your staff to show off their hard work. Here's why you shouldn't miss this opportunity.

New IPG Survey Looks at In-house Mail Services

Mail is a major part of many in-plant operations. Our data shows that more than 60% of in-plants offer mailing services. To analyze the growth of in-house mail and the opportunities mail can bring, IPG has launched a new survey. It's open to all in-plants, even those that don't offer mail services, and participants are eligible for prizes.

Investment Plans of the Largest In-plants

When we polled the country's largest in-plants in December to rank them by size, we also asked them about their plans to upgrade the technology in their shops. Here's what they plan to purchase in 2019 and where they see the most opportunity for growth.

IPG Visits Three Manhattan In-plants

Hundreds of in-plants call New York City home. IPG Editor Bob Neubauer visited three of them recently, in the investment banking, real estate and public transportation industries, to talk with their managers about the issues they face as in-plants in a big city.