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CJK Group will make Thomson-Shore’s Dexter, Mich., production facility a warehouse and offered jobs to roughly formerly 100 workers.
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Peter Schaefer, a principal at New Direction Partners, and Mark Michelson, editor-in-chief of Printing Impressions, predict how the U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Div., will rule on the pending acquisition of LSC by Quad. They also discuss — assuming the deal gets finalized — how it will ultimately impact the book printing landscape.
Less than half of the existing workforce will be rehired should CJK Group ultimately acquire Thomson-Shore’s assets.
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During this webinar, expert speakers will explore the benefits and innovations digital printing offers magazines publishers.
Quad/Graphics is acquiring LSC Communications for $1.4 billion in stock to create an $8.1 billion, publicly-held printing company.
Rochester, N.Y.-based Mercury will take delivery of the first Landa S10P nanographic digital printing press in the U.S. on Nov. 10.
Marquis Book Printing, of Montmagny, Canada, has acquired Toronto-based Webcom, creating a (C)$100+ million in sales book printer.