One of the country’s oldest Historically Black Colleges and Universities, the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff recently moved its in-plant into a larger facility that combines print, mail, and smart lockers.
Legislation and regulations continue to shape the sign and graphics industry. Perhaps the most critical piece of legislation from the past year was a case in Austin, Texas, that went to the Supreme Court.
Television host John Oliver used wide-format printing in the form of billboards to help win votes for the endangered pūteketeke bird.
Web-to-print has transformed the day-to-day operations of the in-plant serving the Montgomery County Board of County Commissioners by reducing touch points, increasing efficiency, and freeing up staff to take on more jobs.
At it’s demo center in L.A., Mimaki hosted the first “microfactory” event aimed to bring vendors and printers together in a more intimate setting, where they could facilitate in-depth conversations.
Let's take a closer look at the trends, opportunities, and challenges wide-format printers should be paying attention to right now.
Despite being closed just before the pandemic, Vanderbilt University Printing Services has experienced a remarkable rebirth through strategic investments and efforts to rebuild trust with the university community.
Thousands packed the convention center for the industry’s largest event. For in-plants, there were tons of educational and networking opportunities.
With PRINTING United Expo now behind us, this is a great chance to look at some of the products launched on the show floor and where they fit into your business future.
At PRINTING United Expo, the editorial director for PRINTING United Alliance, Denise Gustavson, hosted a panel session taking a closer look at How to Survive and Thrive in Turbulent Times.
When it comes to the success — or failure — of a project, sometimes it doesn’t hinge on the installation, the print quality, or the turn around times. Instead, what can make or break a project is the choice of what substrate it’s produced on.
The single biggest takeaway from the "The Automation Audit: How to Identify and Streamline Your Operation’s Weakest Points" at PRINTING United Expo in Atlanta, is that automation isn’t a simple process, or something that has a start and stop date.
EFI hosted a press conference on opening day of PRINTING United Expo, highlighting the incredible breadth of technology solutions the company offers for different applications and markets.
While the pandemic has taken a back seat, and businesses of all types and sizes are ramping back up, there is one challenge still plaguing printers across the country: staffing.
The economy is top-of-mind for most right now. How will it impact your printing industry business? It’s not enough to look at the broad economic picture, you need to know how it affects our industry.