They argue that Quad’s acquisition of LSC would make it the monopoly provider in the long-run magazine and book printing businesses.
Lumina Datamatics has upgraded its Rights Platform with the inclusion of blockchain solution RapidRightsChain. Shorter rights acquisition time and lower costs are the main advantages coming out of this new upgrade, the company says.
The leading provider of publishing services celebrates 50 years of delivering excellence to the publishing industry.
In a move to bring the bulk of their journal offprint work to one best-of-class provider, Wiley…
New York, NY (January 23, 2018) – Open Road Integrated Media (OR/M) vastly expanded Open Road Ignition (Ignition), its marketing services program for publishers. Grounded in revenue-share partnerships, Ignition delivered a 156% increase in revenue across all partner titles in the program. In 2018 over 30 publishers signed on to the program delivering over 6,100 titles. The program…
A paper crunch and cuts in printing capacity are keeping publishers on alert to ensure that they will be able to meet orders for the holiday season's most popular titles.
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.
Cenveo was able to wipe away more than $800 million in debt, largely at the expense of its shareholders and other unsecured creditors.
The ITC ruling ends these imported newsprint tariffs. Funds collected to date will be reversed over a period of three to six months.
Thermochromic (or thermochromatic) printing is not new. Using inks that change color with heat, from colorless to colored, or vice versa, is fun, interesting, and appealing. Naturally, such application is popular in packaging and commercial printing.
In this 32nd annual coverage on the print manufacturing industry in Hong Kong and China, seven major export printers mull over the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute and potential fallout on the industry, and share their observation on the rising paper prices and its causes.
Export printers look beyond the escalating trade dispute between China and the U.S. and changes in paper pricing to diversify, grow, and prosper.