The hardest part about getting new equipment during a pandemic is not being able to use it. That’s what the University of Michigan’s Print, Copy, Mail department is facing after adding a pair of Canon imagePRESS C10000VP digital presses in March — just as the COVID-19 slowdown began.
After Tropical Storm Sandy struck in October 2012, the United Nations’ Publishing Section began outsourcing long-run, more complex publications. A recent installation at the New York City operation, however, may put an end to some of the outsourcing and bring a portion of that work back in-house.
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.
The team at Printing Services at the University of West Alabama is always looking for new revenue streams. It found what it was looking for in a tabletop printer for making plaques, trophies, and window decals.
After four decades at MaineGeneral Health, Rick Thibodeau has seen a lot of changes at his in-plant.
During the state’s legislative session, New Mexico State Printing & Graphic Design Services was a busy in-plant. New digital devices with in-line binding features helped the shop handle the workload more efficiently than ever.
At the University of Missouri-Columbia, the installation of a new five-color LED-UV press testifies to the continuing vitality of the offset printing process.