The in-plant industry was saddened this week to learn that long-time University of Delaware in-plant manager Rodney Brown had passed away
Sooner than expected, the U.S. Senate held the nomination hearing for the future director of the Government Publishing Office yesterday in Washington, D.C. It was the public's first opportunity to see and hear Hugh Nathanial Halpern and learn his thoughts about GPO and his ideas for its future — and not all of his observation about GPO were positive.
For the past two years, the Government Publishing Office has been led by a series of acting directors. President Trump's previous nomination for the position was later withdrawn. This new nominee comes without the printing pedigree of most of his predecessors.
Last week in Topeka, Kan., dozens of in-plant managers met for a Public Sector Symposium organized by the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association. State printers from Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Kansas attended the two-day event, along with many other government and educational in-plants.
The wide variety of color management solutions from GMG provide companies across print sectors with tools to achieve correct color, manage pre-press and create a print platform that enables expansion into new segment areas. PRINTING United Booth 10561.
Hear industry thought leaders describe their transition, and resulting success, to Konica Minolta AccurioJet KM-1 UV inkjet presses.
These 73 pieces from 33 different in-plants were selected as winners in the In-Print 2019 contest, the only contest exclusively for in-plant printers. Here are photos of the Gold-winning pieces.
During the annual IPMA Educational Conference next month, five in-plants will be honored with IPMA Awards for their achievements. They include two state government in-plants, a university, a religious organization and a nonprofit.
One highlight of the recent Association of College and University Printers conference was a series of roundtables on the last day of the New Haven, Conn., event, which allowed attendees to share tips and ideas. In one roundtable, managers discussed the different ways their in-plants add value to their organizations.
Forget about being just a print service provider. Customers want your in-plant to be creative, generate ideas and help set them up for future success. In this video, Kenneth Tucker of Ricoh USA encourages in-plants to focus on the customer experience and provide them with integrated services.