Failure to agree on a technical fix to the bill has pushed further discussion in the Senate to February 28. PRINTING United Alliance advocates for the swift passage of this critical legislation.
Every year, OSHA announces the most frequently cited workplace violations for the year. Here is a list of the top 10 violations for the industry that should be used by printing operations as a guide to ensure their safety program is addressing the most common shortcomings that are being identified by OSHA.
As we enter the new year, we will do so with many of the same industry issues that were present throughout 2021. To gauge what 2022 will look like, we asked survey respondents to describe the issues that they are likely to face in the coming year.
Three years after the first print industry convergence study — with digital adoption, service provider contraction, increased e-commerce demand, and external factors impacting the industry — NAPCO Research and PRINTING United Alliance have reassessed the degree to which convergence is occurring across print segments.
The headlines coming out of the President's address on his Administration’s efforts to find a path out of the pandemic focused on the mandate for COVID-19 vaccines for certain employers. Action item No. 5 of the Path Out of the Pandemic plan garnered less attention, but is still worthy of review by printing companies.
Recovery has begun for the printing industry. Sales are growing and confidence is on the rise, but operating cost inflation and labor shortages are squeezing margins. Those are primary conclusions of the second quarter 2021 Print Business Indicators Survey.