Idealliance, the association for the Visual Communications and Media Industry, reported that results of its Second Annual Mail Industry Survey have underscored the importance participants throughout the mail supply chain place on effective communication with the U.S. Postal Service...
The National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) Research Center’s newly released study, “Mergers & Acquisitions: A Growth Strategy for an Industry in Transition,” reports the facts of M&A in the graphic communications industry, and whether it is the best path to profitable growth or a risk that may not be worth taking.
The National Association for Printing Leadership has announced several industry experts who will be presenting at this year's GRAPH EXPO, the largest and most dynamic graphic communications exhibition in the Americas in 2012.
Quick and small commercial printers now expect sales to come in relatively flat (-0.3 percent) for all of 2011-a sharp reversal from the expectation of 5.1 percent gains they expressed in May-according to the latest Quick and Small Commercial Printers Trends Report from the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL)/National Association of Quick Printers (NAQP).
Nearly 70 percent of the quick and small commercial printers surveyed expect sales to grow in 2011, while only 7 percent expected them to decrease, according to the just released inaugural issue of the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) Quick and Small Commercial Printers Trends Report.
Tracking sales growth of National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) Printing Business Panel members from 2000 to 2007, NAPL Research Center economists see variations from 50.1 percent sales growth to more than 20 percent sales loss, depending on the strategic path businesses followed. The results, which offer a cautionary lesson for printers now trying to deal with a fledgling recovery from the industry’s deepest recession on record, were revealed in the newly released NAPL State of the Industry Report, Ninth Edition, sponsored by Heidelberg.