(Press Release) NEW YORK, NY, and AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS—On Demand Books is pleased to announce the installation of the first Espresso Book Machine in continental Europe. Located at the famed American Book Center in Amsterdam, which was recently named among the twenty-five most beautiful bookstores or libraries in the world, the Espresso Book Machine is ideal…
(Press Release) PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 30, 2010—Progressive Solutions, a Santa Clara, Calif.-based print service provider (PSP) experiencing upwards of 200-percent growth at its Frecklebox personalized children's gifts subsidiary, installed two HP Indigo 7500 Digital Presses last month to address rapidly expanding production needs.
(Press Release) IBS Bookmaster has taken major steps towards the delivery of the industry's most functionally complete solution for the Digital Publishing Supply Chain, complimenting it's core solution for traditional publishing and distribution processes.
(Press Release) Castleton, New York. (Nov. 9, 2010)—Hamilton Printing Company, New York's largest web book printer is expanding its digital book manufacturing services by adding a Xerox Continuous Feed 1300, a move that will significantly increase the company's capacity.
HP today announced that Consolidated Graphics Inc. (NYSE: CGX) has purchased five HP Indigo 7500 Digital Presses.
The Church of Scientology sought the support and counsel of Heidelberg USA in adding an in-house sheetfed offset litho printing facility to its all-digital “Smart Factory” operation at Bridge Publications in Los Angeles. The organization recently completed a series of installations—including press, postpress, and software components from Heidelberg—designed to increase efficiencies and reduce the costs associated with outsourcing production of its marketing collateral and related materials.
An on-demand book printing system that is changing the way books are published, bought and sold worldwide can now be purchased directly from Xerox Corporation.
A new distribution services model will integrate Ingram Content Group Inc.'s print on demand (POD) and fulfillment capability with Macmillan's publishing program.