Several in-plant managers trekked to Washington, DC last week for the debut Digital Printing in Government & Higher-Ed Conference, hosted by In-plant Graphics. Many attendees have since expressed their appreciation for the day-long conference.
Literature for in-plant printers from companies including Neenah Paper, International Paper, Appleton Coated, InfoTrends, PRIMIR, Mohawk, and CTI Paper USA
Now we know why International Paper isn't joining with other North American paper companies in their recently filed anti-dumping complaint: It is supposedly one of the perpetrators.
Mark Sutton has been promoted to president and COO at International Paper, and he has been elected a member of the company's board of directors, effective immediately. He most recently served as the company's senior vice president, industrial packaging.
Continuous-feed production inkjet is an exciting, evolving market. Average annual growth since 2010 has been at 93 percent, according to IT Strategies; in 2013 alone, 146 billion pages were printed globally with continuous-feed inkjet. Market-Intell estimates that this represents 350,000 tons of paper in North America in 2013.
Adding a high-speed, production inkjet press is not a "build it and they will come" endeavor. Before moving forward, you'll need a formal strategy in place that anticipates more than simply transferring jobs from existing offset or toner-based presses.
xpedx and Unisource Worldwide have chosen the name Veritiv for the leading distribution solutions company that will be created upon completion of their merger. The company will introduce its new brand/logo immediately after the transaction closing, which is expected early in the third quarter of 2014.
Held at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club in Florida, the Inkjet Summit is an invitation-only, hosted event designed for senior managers and business executives from print providers and corporate enterprises that are looking to develop strategies, understand their options and make major investment decisions around inkjet printing technology.
More than 200 people flocked to the Ponte Vedra Inn for the second annual Inkjet Summit. These included almost 90 senior managers and business executives interested in purchasing a production inkjet press—in some cases their second or third machine.
The Inkjet Summit 2014 will kick off on Monday morning at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Conference Chair Marco Boer, VP of IT Strategies, will offer the opening keynote followed by a panel of leading vendors (Canon Solutions America, Fujifilm, International Paper and Ricoh) discussing what we can expect to see from inkjet systems in the future.