Edwards Brothers, Inc. and Malloy Incorporated, two leading book manufacturers, announced today that they would merge effective February 6, 2012, forming a new company called Edwards Brothers Malloy. The new company will have combined sales of $115 million and will be the sixth largest book manufacturing firm in the United States, offering publishers a global distributed print program and fulfillment services that combine to form a single print supply chain solution.
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Edwards Brothers announced the opening of a digital print center in Oxnard, Calif., making it the tenth digital print center owned or operated by Edwards Brothers.
Borders Group Inc. (BGP) asked a bankruptcy judge to overrule landlords’ objections to the proposed sale of the bookstore chain’s assets and promised to provide more information about leases by next week.
Borders is trying to resolve objections from landlords at several locations, the company said in papers filed yesterday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan. The structure of the $215.1 million sale to Najafi Cos., which still requires an auction to test for higher bids, is set to go before U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glenn tomorrow.
(Press Release) Ann Arbor, MI, December 1, 2010—Edwards Brothers announced the installation of a new Timsons T48A ZMR one and two-color press, giving Edwards one of the biggest fleets of Timsons presses in the country.
Above the Treeline is pleased to announce that Moody Publishers has selected Edelweiss, Above the Treeline's interactive publisher catalog system, to publish its frontlist and backlist catalogs on the web.