Many universities use customer relationship management experts to manage their variable data and send out digital communications to prospective students. But those companies are starting to partner with commercial printers to print targeted recruitment materials, swiping this print business right from in-plants.
The coronavirus pandemic has wiped out many of the print jobs in-plants relied on. What types of work can replace this vanishing event-based work? And how is the work mix at in-plants changing as the result of COVID-19?
In order to meet the University’s goal of improving the print quality of their materials, reducing manufacturing costs and eliminating equipment breakdowns, the University of Missouri recently installed a new RMGT 9 Series press to replace its Heidelberg Speedmaster 102 6-Color and MOZP 2-Color presses.
‘Optimized Paper Handling and Logistics’ is a guide for different users — supervisors, managers, and production staff — to provide them with a tool to better understand the supply chain and how to optimize their part in it.
Unable to present the annual ACUP+ Awards in person, the association held a well attended online ceremony Wednesday night to honor the high-quality printing and management excellence of numerous in-plants.
thINK announced that professional rock climber Alex Honnold will be the 2020 thINK Ahead keynote speaker. It also reported that Eric Hawkinson has been named thINK's new executive director.
"Nurturing the Next Generation of Print Leaders" is a free guidebook developed by Specialty Print Communications, which is full of helpful tips and resources to give students interested in print communications a pathway into the industry.
Disenfectex printable fabrics enhanced by HeiQ V-block have been specially engineered to work against enveloped viruses, such as influenza viruses and human coronaviruses.