On Monday judges picked the winners of the In-Print 2017 contest. The results held several surprises. Today we reveal the winners, which include a number of in-plants that have not won in the past.
With environmental sustainability viewed as "very important" to 55% of in-plants' parent organizations, in-plants are doing a variety of things to make their print operations greener. Our new research reveals what measures they are taking to be sustainable, the role of FSC certification and how in-plants are spreading the message that print does not kill trees.
Bob Donahue knows how to make a good thing even better. When an external nonprofit customer wanted Franklin University Mail & Print Services to use its dye-sublimation equipment to produce an order of coffee mugs featuring the company’s logo to give as gifts, Donahue, director of purchasing at the Columbus, Ohio, university, suggested creating matching…
President Donald J. Trump pledged to eliminate up to 75% of federal regulations during his term and this includes printers.
Ever wonder what the New York Times printing plant looks like in action? Now you can find out in this new video published by the Times.
College and university in-plants tend to be more progressive than other sectors of the in-plant community and willing to try new things. Our latest research bears this out in a number of areas.
Innovairre took ownership of its fifth and sixth Xerox CiPress 500 production inkjet systems and will also add 100 new jobs.
During the One Canon press/analyst event (March 7-9) in Boca Raton, Fla., Canon unveiled worldwide the Colorado 1640 and Mal Baboyian, Senior VP of Canon U.S.A.’s Business Imaging Solutions Group for Océ Product Marketing and Support, thinks it is Océ’s most important wide-format graphic arts product introduction in 25 years.
On Monday the winners of the In-Print 2017 contest were selected. The results held more than a few surprises, with in-plants that have traditionally dominated the contest making way for new leaders and a number of in-plants that have not won in the past earning awards.
Development Dimensions International has installed an Océ VarioPrint i300 cut-sheet inkjet press in its in-plant.