After outsourcing posters and banners for years, Osceola School District’s print shop recently started printing that work in-house.
Tami Reese has been in the print industry for more than three decades because it’s simply what she loves — from the smells to the products produced, Reese is passionate about print.
Only the third university in-plant to add a production inkjet press, University of Tennessee Printing & Mail is using this technology to advance into a new world of possibilities.
From stickers and print embellishments to kitting and fulfillment, Oregon State University Printing & Mailing Services is relying on innovative offerings to recoup lost revenue from declining toner work.
Wide-format printing has taken off at the University of New Hampshire and now accounts for more than a quarter of the in-plant’s revenue.
From her serendipitous start in the printing industry to her current role as manager, Tina Wolfgram has no regrets about her four decades in print — and no fear of working the production floor to meet deadlines.
Only a third of those working in the printing industry are women. So that makes it even more extraordinary that three in-plants have ended up being staffed and managed entirely by women.
Selling promo products has been a tremendously successful business for Deer Valley Unified School District Print Services. We caught up with the managers during the recent PPAI Expo to learn the secrets of their success.
When Joseph Barz stepped into his new job as supervisor of Printing & Design at Mesa Public Schools 15 months ago, he took a close look at the work being produced by the seven-employee in-plant, noted the dwindling demand for some of it, and decided to revamp.