From providing all university signage to producing the variable data mailings that bring in students, Western Carolina University Printing and Mailing Services is making a valuable contribution to its institution.
Though he left it behind several times, Eastern Kentucky University kept summoning Richard Tussey back home.
After serving just four months as acting director of the U.S. Government Publishing Office, Jim Bradley has announced his retirement. He assumed the role in Nov. 2017 upon the retirement of former GPO Director Davita Vance Cooks.
A few weeks ago, while busy putting out fires and keeping the presses running in his in-plant, a manager got a call from his boss. The CFO had received an email, she said, and he wanted the manager to respond to it.
Following up on the success seen at IPMA Road Show events across the country, the University of Oklahoma hosted a two-day event that drew more than 50 attendees from in-plants around the region.
Fresh from adding an impressive array of new equipment over the past couple years, Franklin University Printing Solutions has swapped its Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS C8000 for an AccurioPress C6100 and installed a new Mimaki hybrid flatbed printer to print on rigid substrates.
In-plant Awareness Month gave many in-plants a chance to promote themselves in February. All around the country, in-plants held open houses, set up tables in public areas to promote their services, held employee luncheons and more. Here's a look at what some in-plants did.
Earlier this week, Canon brought together dozens of industry press and analysts for its annual One Canon Event, where they had the chance to talk with Canon executives, customers and partners, hear about upcoming Canon technology introductions and get an update on Canon's market growth.
For nearly 40 years, Bill Erickson has proudly provided quality printing for Woolrich Inc., earning respect from the highest levels.
A few short years ago Schneider Electric outsourced most of its printing. But as it gradually brought one application after another in-house, an in-plant was born. It’s now a thriving operation housed in a brand new facility.
Many of you have no idea how or why your in-plant got started. This is one reason why our story on Schneider Electric’s in-plant is so interesting. The in-plant was created just eight years ago, so the decision-makers are still around, their reasons still known. You need to remind your upper management why your in-plant was created and the value you still provide.
It may still be winter but the spring in-plant conferences are just around the corner.
The Cook County Bureau of Administration’s Printing and Graphic Services operation upgraded to a new Challenge Champion 305 TC cutter.
The Fuji Xerox merger made headlines with its $6.1 billion transaction. Several in-plant managers let IPG know how they really feel about the merger.
After weeks of speculation, Xerox today confirmed that Japan’s Fujifilm Holdings will take over the office copier pioneer, ending Xerox's 115 years as an independent company.