This was a busy week of in-plant visits for me. On Tuesday and Wednesday I toured the in-plants at Yale University, the University of Bridgeport, Fairfield University and Sacred Heart University. What's more, I met with more than a dozen in-plant managers at an IPMA Road Show event.
One of the first in the country to install Xerox’s cut-sheet production inkjet press, Pekin Insurance is now enhancing its statements with four-color printing.
As the first in-plant to install Konica Minolta’s new cut-sheet production inkjet press, the AccurioJet KM-1, Shaw Industries expects to reach new levels of productivity and cost savings.
I was in New Orleans for the SGIA Expo, the largest printing trade show in North America, and the scene of a major announcement.
It’s been a change long sought by exhibitors at industry trade shows: a “one-stop” exposition for all technologies and markets within the graphic and visual communications industry. A new event called PRINT United has been created to make that goal a reality.
At the SGIA Expo in New Orleans, Brian Geimer from Sacramento State's in-plant stopped by to talk with IPG Editor Bob Neubauer about his shop's expanding wide-format business.
This week in New Orleans, the SGIA Expo was the center of attention for the wide-format printing industry. It was filled with with wide-format and specialty printing equipment. Here's a quick look and some of the newest wide-format systems that were on display.
There seemed to be even more in-plant activities than usual this year at PRINT 17. IPG hosted in-plant breakfast and lunch sessions, both of which drew capacity crowds, and IPMA stepped up its activities this year.
During PRINT 17, IPG Editor Bob Neubauer paid a visit to Kent Villarreal of Sharp Imaging to talk about the latest developments in Sharp's production printing equipment, such as the 65-ppm MX-6580N color document system, which features a triple-air-feed paper-handling option. This new IPG video will give you a closer look.
I just flew home from Chicago last night after spending five very full days at PRINT 17. My schedule was jam packed with in-plant breakfasts and luncheons, vendor press conferences, video shoots, meetings, booth tours and evening events. Needless to say I'm still exhausted.
A presentation on PRINT 17's opening day revealed the results of a new IPMA study on the future of the in-plant.
As Hurricane Irma bears down on Florida, in-plants are preparing for the worst.
After the record high confidence score revealed in our spring In-plant Confidence Index, summer confidence levels at higher-ed and school district in-plants have dipped slightly, according to new IPG data.
This week, in-plant managers have started to return to their shops to evaluate the damage done by Tropical Storm Harvey. For some, the drive to the office to learn their in-plant's fate was teeming with trepidation.
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