Fuji filed a new lawsuit June 18 claiming that Xerox breached its agreement with the company by making a unilateral decision to terminate the proposed agreement to combine Fuji Xerox and Xerox, without legitimate cause.
GPO Acting Deputy Director Andrew Sherman will retire from the GPO following 38 years of Federal service. Sherman has served under nine heads of the GPO during his career and was directly involved in GPO’s transformation from a print-centric to a digital-centric agency.
The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) announces that James Martin has come on board as Executive Vice President, Supplier and Manufacturer Relations. In this capacity, Martin will also serve as Executive Secretary of the soon-to-be-launched Supplier and Manufacturer Advisory Council.
Mark Andy has acquired Brandtjen & Kluge, a manufacturer of print finishing equipment for foil stamping, diecutting, folding and gluing, and UV coating. The acquisition builds on the Mark Andy corporate vision of driving profitability in pressrooms worldwide through a strategy to be a total solutions partner.
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.
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.
Environmental concerns have caused an increasing number of companies to seek alternatives to plastic.
Print and digital were supposed to be adversaries but instead have developed a symbiotic (some would say co-dependent) relationship, as indicated by a few recent developments.
In response to a legal challenge, PRINT United has rebranded as PRINTING United.
During a recent webinar, three commercial printers discussed the transition into adding digital packaging.