Golden Business Forms

A Passing 
March 1, 2011

St. Patrick's Day just passed. But 
business forms will need more than luck to
 secure a future filled with large orders and
 soaring profits.

BIG in Baltimore
September 1, 2008

A little change never hurt anyone. With that in mind, this year’s big show promises a change of pace, a change of scenery and a change in demand. The newly revamped PSDA (formerly DMIA) will host its annual Print Solutions Conference and Exposition on Oct. 23-25 at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore. This year’s featured general session keynote speaker will be Charlie Pesko, founder and president of InfoTrends, a leading market research and consulting firm in the digital imaging and document solutions industries. Technological advances and refined marketing strategies are just some of the issues gaining momentum in a slowing economy. To encourage print

General Credit Forms Acquires Advanced Labeling Systems
July 1, 2008

Denver-based Advanced Labeling Systems (ALS) has been acquired by the investor group that owns General Credit Forms, Golden Business Forms, South Seas Data and McCormick Paper Company. All of the companies held by the investor group are involved with manufacturing, warehousing and distributing products and services for the point-of-sale bank-card payment and money-transfer industries. ALS currently develops and manufactures pressure-sensitive labels, variably imaged identification products and bar-coded and consecutively numbered labels and tags. The company also sells and services most major brands of thermal transfer and direct thermal printers. “General Credit Forms has the technology and resources to strategically extend Advanced Labeling Systems’ pressure-sensitive

It’s Show Time!
September 1, 2006

DMIA’s annual Print Solutions conference and exposition will be held Oct. 3-5 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill. The conference will provide three days of educational sessions, including a presentation by this year’s keynote speaker, Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House and co-author of “Contract with America.” Join Gingrich as he analyzes the current political climate in Washington, DC, and educates attendees on effective leadership. This year’s conference will feature equipment demonstrations, offering distributors better insight into how various applications are produced. In addition, exchange centers will be located on the show floor with more than 34 hours of

Stick with Tradition
May 1, 2004

Customized, value-added traditional products remain popular and profitable. Continuous forms, unit sets, checks—not very exciting, are they? But, these traditional products—distributors' bread and butter a few decades back—have plenty of profitable life in them yet despite falling sales, said manufacturers. "Sales may be flat to steady for traditional forms, but we notice sales overall are up," said Deanna Day, brand manager for forms products at PrintXcel, Fairhope, Ala. This is due to a changing product mix, Day said. "Since 1995, we've seen a 15 percent shift from basic traditional products to specialty and value-added," she noted. Becky Douthat, vice president of National Business Forms,

Cash In on Roll Products
October 1, 2003

In today's transaction-based world, roll products are a potential gold mine. With so many financial transactions occurring every minute in the world today, it's no wonder that the market for roll products is growing by leaps and bounds. "Every corporation, every grocery store, every street corner, and even McDonald's and baseball stadiums have cash machines now," commented Dave Self, sales manager at Golden Business Forms, Golden City, Mo. "Although banks control the majority of ATMs [automated teller machines], there are many independent establishments that have their own cash machines." Golden Business Forms has taken advantage of the influx of automated teller and cash machines.