The Coalition for a 21st Century Postal Service, which represents the printing and mailing industries, wants Congress to retain the 2006 Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act that determines and sets price caps on the Postal Regulatory Commission’s rate-setting process for the U.S Postal Service.
Capable of printing 3,600 sheets/hr., Fujifilm is heralding it as the fastest full-color, B2-format inkjet press currently available.
The German antitrust authority struck down a proposed deal that would have had Heidelberg taking over MBO Group.
He joined the former GATF in Pittsburgh as Assistant Education Director in 1965 and was Director of Special Programs from 1986-1996.
CEO Bill Muir said trying to keep up with Wall Street’s quarterly report-sales-growth cadence made it difficult to manage the business.
After 105 years at its current site in downtown Washington, the agency is evaluating a 100-acre parcel in Prince George’s County, Md.
Steven Kaczorowski admitted to helping the mail service provider owner defraud the USPS out of more than $1.5 million in postage.
Press manufacturers, postpress equipment suppliers and software, consumables and substrate companies all came together in Lucerne, Switzerland, recently to showcase automated end-to-end digital production workflows. Among the attendees were more than 100 U.S.-based printers, representing a virtual Who’s Who of leading printing companies.
The study provides a key roadmap of the market verticals where printers should — and should not be — directing their sales efforts.
The 20th annual conference featured nearly 200 educational sessions, many new product demos and peer-to-peer networking opportunities.
In-plants that hire temporary workers during busy seasons take heed. A Pennsylvania trade binder that used a staffing agency learned too late that the agency underpaid the temps and kept the excess money. Now the bindery has to pay a hefty fine.
Sussex, Wis.-based Quad/Graphics is acquiring LSC Communications, of Chicago, to create a combined $8.1 billion, publicly-held company. The deal is the result of a whopping $1.4 billion all-stock transaction, which includes the refinancing of LSC Communications' debt.
Agfa Graphics has announced that it will be closing its 250,000-sq.-ft. offset printing plate manufacturing facility in Branchburg, N.J., by the end of this year in order to optimize its global production capacity and supply chain efficiencies. The plant closure will impact 125 workers.
Mercury Print Productions, Rochester, NY, will be taking delivery of the first B1-format Landa S10P nanographic digital press in the U.S. on Nov. 10, with plans to having the perfecting press up and running in about one month.
There has been a lot of discussion as to how to attract more young people to the printing industry, including more women and minorities. There is no simple answer to the problem, but there are some solutions that can be implemented on a national and regional level.