When the State University of New York at New Paltz replaced its older digital printers with a pair of Ricoh devices, productivity certainly increased. But Manager Jim Lyons says the new in-line binding features are what really stand out.
The in-plant community lost one of its kindest, most devoted supporters last Friday when Brian A. Wadell, director of Repro Graphics at the University of California, Davis, passed away at the age of 64 after a seven-month battle with pancreatic cancer.
When Kohler Co. Printing Services traded its two iGen4s for a pair of Xerox iGen 5s, each with the 26˝ sheet option, the main motivation, says Christopher Donlon, was to improve quality. But how much better can the quality be?
When a flood destroyed its paper cutter, Michigan Technological University got the green light to add a 36˝ Colter & Peterson PRISM paper cutter. The in-plant has been keeping it very busy.
The Coalition for a 21st Century Postal Service, which represents the printing and mailing industries, wants Congress to retain the 2006 Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act that determines and sets price caps on the Postal Regulatory Commission’s rate-setting process for the U.S Postal Service.
Holders of approximately 99.7% of common shares present and voting at Xerox’s annual meeting, representing approximately 77% of the company’s total outstanding common shares, voted in favor of the proposal. Xerox is targeting the third quarter of 2019 for the closing of the holding company reorganization.
Canon Solutions America has announced a 16-city security roadshow, beginning June 4, called "Mission Possible: Securing Your Enterprise." The roadshow will include presentations on information security and data privacy from IT security experts.
Midland’s product lineup will be well-suited to the diversified attendee audience at PRINTING United, which has been conceived to offer the industry a new perspective on profiting in segments from garment to graphic, packaging to commercial, and industrial to in-plant.