Mohawk, North America's largest privately owned manufacturer of fine papers, envelopes and specialty substrates for commercial and digital printing, recently celebrated the grand opening of a new envelope converting facility in the town of South Hadley, Mass.
Circle Graphics, the world's largest producer of grand-format digital graphics, recently announced the acquisition of Mammoth Media, a grand-format printing company with a focus on the transit market.
There's no business like snow business, or something like that. In case you haven't heard, it's been a rough winter for the East Coast. So, we're taking out our frustrations on Mother Nature in a collection of cold-weather-themed hot product write-ups. Cheers to sunny days ahead (hopefully by the time you read this).
Old Man Winter isn’t showing any signs of slowing down in 2014. At press time, the East Coast has already been hit with snow and single-digit temperatures, and local meteorologists predict more of the same thanks to Winter Storm Hercules.
One year has passed since Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast and recovery efforts continue for those hit the hardest. 4over Inc.'s Moonachie, N.J., plant was one of the businesses that was gravely impacted.
RPI, a digital-image printing company in Seattle, is announcing Wednesday its purchase of DPI in Atlanta for an undisclosed amount.
DPI specializes in personalized web-to-print products for large companies and has 27 employees. RPI chief executive Rick Bellamy said the purchase will expand RPI's reach to the East Coast, reduce shipping costs and waits and expand its personalized-print products.
Started as a family-owned commercial printer in 1979, RPI creates the personalized-photo books and greeting cards consumers order online from photo sharing and printing companies.
The small but rapidly growing market for digital-photo merchandise is worth an estimated $2 billion.