(Press Release) Newton, MA—Barb Pellow, group director of international market research and strategic consulting firm InfoTrends, received the 2010 Industry Influencer Award from PINE (Printing Industries of New England) during its November 16 Industry Gala Event, part of the New England regional Awards of Excellence competition.
(Press Release) Elizabeth, New Jersey—On Demand Machinery and C.P. Bourg have teamed up to sponsor the almost sold-out Bob Young keynote Nov. 22nd at Print World.
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 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.
From prototype to production, the ODM Super Sticker (casing-in) machine has been engineered for automation.
Transilwrap Company, Inc. announces Andy J. Brewer has joined Transilwrap as president and CEO.
As demonstrated by the winners of this year's Gold Ink Awards, pride in book production is alive and well in 2010.
Book Business and Publishing Executive magazines have announced the 2010 inductees into the Publishing Executive Hall of Fame, the industry's most prestigious awards recognition for excellence in book and magazine publishing production and manufacturing.
(Press Release) Hauppauge, N.Y.-based manufacturer Muller Martini has introduced a variety of new products and services this week:
Digital book printing overall is experiencing double-digital growth. The recession, although unwelcome in all quarters, has provided a boost to digital book manufacturing as publishers take a harder look at their processes and cut back on inventory and waste. Since digital printing market- and technology-research firm INTERQUEST's last major survey of the market, conducted in late 2007, the industry has seen widening adoption of digital book printing for short-run inventory management, and a growing interest in distribute-and-print to defray shipping costs and cut time to market—as shown in INTERQUEST's recent report, "Digital Book Printing: Market Analysis & Forecast (2010-2015)." A new generation of high-speed inkjet presses is also coming onto the market, promising lower cost, faster production speeds and higher print quality—all of which open the door a bit wider to digital book printing.