If you’ve been watching the news lately, you’ve probably noticed the same thing I have—U.S. manufacturing is on the rise. Like the latest Katy Perry song, The Avengers and any news involving the Jolie-Pitt family, “Made in America” is hot. Large American companies are either bringing manufacturing back home or they are deciding not to move overseas in the first place. Case in point: General Electric recently decided against building a “green” refrigerator plant in Asia. Switching gears entirely, the company invested nearly $100 million to refurbish an existing plant in Indiana.

Integrated Printing Solutions (IPS) announced that it has opened a new facility in Indiana that will revolutionize the production of the plastic card package.

Ah, the Windy City. You may not have the hustle and bustle of New York City, the star power of Los Angeles or the attitude of Philly (yeah, I said it—Print Professional magazine is based in the City of Brotherly Love), but you have some interesting things going on.

If this was a weather forecast, the prediction would be clear and sunny with little chance of wind, rain or snow.

WorkflowOne, Dayton, Ohio, was selected by IBM Corporation as its supplier for custom-printed rolls and continuous forms to be used in IBM high-speed laser printers. WorkflowOne will produce and distribute the forms and 50˝ rolls under the IBM brand, and market the supplies through its national sales organization. Custom-printed rolls and continuous forms are used in a number of different industries for statements, invoices and other customer communications. The high-quality documents help streamline processes and facilitate faster cash flow, while portraying a professional image. WorkflowOne’s preprinted rolls and continuous forms are engineered to result in fewer printer jams and document defects, thereby boosting throughput and productivity.

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