During the COVID-19 crisis and beyond, printers have stepped up to ensure their customers have the essential resources they need to survive. Here are just a few examples of their efforts.
Print buying habits are going to change as a result of COVID-19, says analyst Marco Boer. Print will get more expensive as paper costs rise, short runs will dominate, and print will need to provide more value. But there are opportunities for in-plants to thrive in this new environment.
Join Adriane Harrison as she shares how to refine your HR strategy as you navigate your business through the current COVID-19 situation
The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association merged with Printing Industries of America to form PRINTING United Alliance, the most comprehensive graphic arts association in the country. How will this merger affect in-plants? We asked Ford Bowers, president and CEO of the new association.
The merger of the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association with Printing Industries of America has created the largest, most comprehensive printing and graphic arts association in the country. SGIA's Ford Bowers and PIA's Michael Makin discuss the drivers behind the merger and the benefits it will bring to the industry.
Despite the drastic time difference, we managed to catch up with Simon Giles, manager of the Department of Defence Publishing Service in Melbourne, Australia, to learn how his in-plant is coping during the COVID-19 crisis.
As we struggle through the shelter-in-place pandemic and wonder how this will change business, there are two strategies in-plants should consider: increase the use of automation and cross-train staff to handle more tasks.
Even as Tennessee citizens were still recovering from the tornado that tore through Nashville in March, the coronavirus pandemic hit. Through it all, the state’s Document Solutions operation has been printing documents critical to the health and safety of citizens. We talked with Tammy Golden to find out how her in-plant is handling this crisis.
Like many out there, I got a crash course in telecommuting over the past week and a half thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. The experience has had its ups and downs.
Last Thursday the country seemed to explode with anxiety as the realization set in that the coronavirus really could be a big deal. Here are some updates from in-plants about how the pandemic is impacting them.