One promotion after another, Barbara Childers has made her way from work study student to director of Document Services at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
After four decades at MaineGeneral Health, Rick Thibodeau has seen a lot of changes at his in-plant.
To find out how the coronavirus disease is impacting in-plants around the country, IPI Editor Bob Neubauer reached out to Laura Lockett at Sacramento State in a video call on Monday. The in-plant is open, with some staff working at home, and a lot less printing going on.
From melting down metal type to managing large printing plants, John Yerger has served in virtually every possible print job.
The Creative and Digital Services department at the University of Illinois at Chicago is bringing in new business thanks to the capabilities of its new bookletmaking system and coater/laminator.
Automation has allowed Frisco Independent School District’s in-plant to expand right alongside its thriving district, remaining a vibrant part of the organization, while bringing new services to the table.
Julio Rosado has used his intimate knowledge of the Manhattan printing scene to bring order, consistency, and customer service to the NYPD’s Printing Section.
Since consolidating its print, bindery, and mail operations into a new building, American Fidelity Assurance’s in-plant has seen robust, steady growth.
I’ve met many managers in my 25 years as editor. Some were taken too soon, in the midst of their careers; some retired after giving years of their lives to their in-plants, only to leave us shortly afterward. Here are some of their stories.