Calling the word “in-plant” confusing and “too hard to spell,” the entire print industry has come together to prohibit the word from ever being used again. The name they chose to replace it is shocking.
The ACUP 2020 conference would have been in full swing today had COVID-19 not ruined everything. To help relieve some of the gloom, IPI Editor Bob Neubauer arranged an impromptu video conference yesterday for more than a dozen regular ACUP attendees.
SGIA, NAPCO Media, and Printing Industries of America and its affiliates have joined forces to launch a COVID-19 Resource Channel, dedicated to providing the printing and graphic communications industry with up-to-the-minute news and resources on COVID-19 and how to navigate the latest information about the pandemic.
As the humanitarian and economic impact of COVID‐19 ripples through the world, companies must develop a framework to identify, anticipate, and mitigate the disruption that their everyday activities will face. Here is a list of considerations as you embark on this unexpected journey.
Kodak has entered in an agreement with New York State to supply isopropyl alcohol (IPA) to aid in the production of “NYS Clean” hand sanitizer for use in New York. Kodak has begun delivering tanker loads of IPA from its Eastman Business Park facility in Rochester, N.Y.
As you might expect, hospital in-plants have a whole lot of work to do these days, during the coronavirus pandemic. At Monument Health, in Rapid City, S.D., heavy demands for signage are demonstrating just how valuable the in-plant is.
Even as Tennessee citizens were still recovering from the tornado that tore through Nashville in March, the coronavirus pandemic hit. Through it all, the state’s Document Solutions operation has been printing documents critical to the health and safety of citizens. We talked with Tammy Golden to find out how her in-plant is handling this crisis.
Life is a little sad for all of us right now, but for those in-plant managers who were planning to attend the Association of College and University Printers conference this week, it’s even more disappointing. To help cheer you, here’s a look back at a previous ACUP conference.