RR Donnelley & Sons Company, Chicago, has completed its previously announced acquisition of substantially all of the North American operations of Esselte, a privately owned developer and manufacturer of nationally branded and private label office and stationery products.
RR Donnelley & Sons Company, Chicago, and Esselte, Stamford, Conn., have signed a definitive agreement by which R.R. Donnelley will acquire substantially all of the North American operations of Esselte, a privately owned developer and manufacturer of nationally branded and private label office and stationery products.
Publishers Communication Group (PCG), opened an office in New Delhi, India. PCG, a division of Publishing Technology plc (LSE: PTO), the largest provider of software and services to the publishing industry, will be offering sales and marketing activities targeting the ever-growing academic readership in India to US and European scholarly publishers.
Neenah Paper has announced the five winners of the "Your Time To Shine" contest, a design contest held during the fall of 2010 featuring ESSE and OXFORD Papers.
On May 5th, more than 400 printing industry representatives gathered at the Bellevue Hotel in Philadelphia to celebrate Neographics 2005. During the event--dubbed Cinco de Neo because it coincided with the Mexican holiday--the coveted 2005 Power of Print Award was proudly presented to 135-year-old, Philadelphia-based Oxford Bookbinding Company, for its bound brochure entitled "Stages/The Academy of Music." Neographics is one of the nation's largest regional print competitions, in which graphic arts, packaging, converting, design and publishing excellence are selected and showcased. Typically, the winner at Neographics is a printing company, so it was unique for a bookbinding company to be awarded the prize. "We