After running the presses at various western Washington printing companies for years, Mike Griswold returned to his alma mater’s in-plant.
After relocating into a larger plant, Encompass Health Print Services has increased its productivity, improved its service, and is adding more value than ever.
World Bank Group’s GCS Printing & Interactive Media Services has taken innovation to another level.
Printed course packs, once a staple for college and university in-plants, have been on the wane for years, replaced by digital versions. So how is it that The University of Texas at Austin experienced its highest total sales of course packs in years this fall?
With a lifelong passion for printing, Debbie Cate has built a multi-faceted in-plant at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, adding services and staff to better serve the organization.
The pandemic has left American cities with significant budget deficits. To find out how it has impacted their in-plants, we checked in with the in-plant managers for four U.S. cities: Bangor, Maine; Greensboro, N.C.; Oklahoma City; and San Francisco.
After years of research and planning, SeaPrint Graphic Solutions at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, finally got approval last year to purchase a wide-format flatbed printer. It turns out that was the easy part. Getting it installed and operational was a much bigger challenge.