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GASC informed WhatTheyThink that Heidelberg will not be at Graph Expo 2010. Komori has also indicated they are passing on the show. The trade show floor is an indicator of where the market is going. Innovation and advancement in offset technology is leveling off, while digital printing is rapidly evolving.
In November, FUJIFILM announced a merger of its FUJIFILM U.S.A. and FUJIFILM Graphic Systems organizations to create FUJIFILM North America Corporation. At that time, the company had not made a final determination about who would lead the new organization. Today, Ryutaro Hosoda was named as President & CEO of FUJIFILM North America.
The 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver started off with a bang on Friday evening, February 12. Last Thursday, February 11, George Kallas, President of Metropolitan Fine Printers, fulfilled a dream by carrying the Olympic torch as it traveled to Vancouver. From the beginning, printing and the 2010 Olympics have been closely linked!
There was a time when, if you gave your sweetheart a present of chocolates for St. Valentine’s Day, chances were good that Jesse Salwen made the heart-shaped box you gave them in. His business, A. Klein & Co., ceased operation more than a year ago, but Salwen continues to touch real hearts with the shimmery, satiny, and velvety raw materials that he used to turn into millions of cordiform candy boxes per year.
I have been watching CNN reporters trotting around Washington D.
The Managed Print Services concept had its beginning with the management of corporate copier fleet(s). A recent posting by Purchasing.com to suggest that growth in Managed Print Services is being facilitated by the Corporate Purchasing Department is a shallow interpretation.
Ever feel like praising the printing industry literally to the skies,
Penton Media announced today that it will restructure through a pre-packaged Chapter 11 plan of reorganization. The trade publisher has reached an agreement with its lenders that is expected to eliminate $270 million in debt.
Xerox announced that its acquisition of ACS was completed today, transforming Xerox into a $22 billion global enterprise, tripling the size of Xerox’s service business to $10 billion, with annuity revenue representing 80% of total revenue.
A research and development tax credit for printing companies?
Over the last few weeks, I've posted a series of articles on the importance of creating and implementing a differentiating strategy for your business. I've been getting some very positive feedback...readers have said they feel this is an important topic for this industry, at this time.
Andy Tribute wrote a great article a few days ago on the current status of inkjet technologies and equipment leaders along with issues that each potential buyer should keep in mind. One facet was not addressed that I would like to add. And this pertains to all equipment acquisitions. Each and every buyer regardless of size should have a third party, i.e., independent, lease expert review the proposed manufacturer’s or financial institution’s contract.
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I was reading Barb Pellow'
BoSacks Speaks Out:
The upper image shows the effect of lighting on an offset lithographic print when illumined at an angle of 45º.
I have spent hours looking for the perfect article that matches or at least parallels my first impression of the iPad.
The Leaders in Loyalty:
I remember having a conversation with franchise network Allegra’s Carl Gerhardt a few years ago about the impact of more fully featured equipment in corporate environments on the volumes of work available to his franchisees.
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“Adobe Systems helped to build the modern printing industry and now,
Marketing and selling to business buyers are becoming increasingly difficult.
There are two things I would like to point out today in reference to an article Folio titled Magazine Production'