After examining the cost of outsourcing its printing, Fayetteville State University decided to rebuild its in-plant. With a host of new equipment in place, the reborn shop is thriving.
A new IPG video shows highlights from the recent Association of College and University Printers conference at Lake Tahoe, which brought 90 higher-ed in-plant managers together for three days of networking and education.
University of Oklahoma Printing Services is the first print shop in the world to purchase and install the new Kodak Nexfinity digital color press. So far it’s living up to all expectations.
The recent IPMA conference was full of educational sessions, lively debates and two back-to-back Best of Show In-Print winners, but there was a common theme that ran throughout the conference: the threat of outsourcing and how to avoid it.
The University of Hartford recently installed new technology that not only expands the three-employee in-plant’s capabilities and productivity, but has brought significant savings in maintenance costs.
For the second year in a row, Bloomberg’s in-plant rose to the top, this time with an eye-catching multi-piece project.
From India to Texas and now at Penn State, Abbas Badani has accumulated a world of printing experience.
A poster printed on uncoated stock beat several multi-page publications to take the top offset prize.
In this new IPG video you can watch the judges as they examine the Gold winners in the In-Print 2018 contest to pick one Best of Show champion for the offset categories.
It was only a little over a year ago that I stood inside the U.S. Government Publishing Office chatting with the top three executives at the country's largest in-plant. Now all three have retired and a 'new' director is on the way.
At the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association conference, the In-Print Best of Show winners were revealed at last. IPG Editor Bob Neubauer congratulated them after the awards ceremony.
The 2018 In-plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) conference concluded June 13 with a riveting debate about outsourcing, possibly the most important — and frightening — issue in the in-plant world.
It’s not often that an in-plant gets to celebrate a century of service, but on June 1 in Urbana, Ill., festivities were underway.
This was a busy week for University of Oklahoma Printing Services as technicians finished installing a digital printing device so new that no other printing operation in the country has one yet.
The 24 in-plants that attended the Inkjet Summit this year included several that already have inkjet presses and are looking to add more of them. I also learned of several new in-plant inkjet installations. In-plants are clearly embracing inkjet technology.