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Océ rolls out PrintExpress in US

Stepping into what is still an emerging print management space in the US, Océ Business Services this week launched Océ PrintExpress to provide easily accessible professional print and finishing service along with next-day or on-demand delivery.

Ferrostaal gears up for formal North American start

A few months after he moved over from xpedx Printing Technologies to head up Essen, Germany-based Ferrostaal AG's North America business, John Torrey is close to completing his lineup of independent dealers and technicians in anticipation of formally launching as Ryobi's master distributor early next year.

USPS to close more than half of mail processing centers

The US Postal Service (USPS) once again announced a dramatic restructuring that will result in fewer workers and a change in the way it does business although direct mail printers claim to be well prepared.

Manroland North America promises 'business as usual'

Manroland North America has said the division is operating in a "business as usual" environment, although expects to issue further information on the status of the parent company, which filed for insolvency in Germany a week ago.

RR Donnelley acquires Ohio packaging firm StratusGroup

Looking to further expand its consumer packaging capacity, RR Donnelley this week acquired West Chester, OH-based StratusGroup, which specializes in custom pressure-sensitive labels and packaging for health & beauty, food, beverage and other segments.

Modest commercial printing sales rise among few highlights in HP's Q4 results

A modest single-digit boost in commercial printer sales was among the few highlights of Hewlett Packard's fourth-quarter results, though many analysts praised new HP CEO Meg Whitman's cautiously optimistic view of the company's prospects - as well as her vow to return to business fundamentals and boost internal investment.

Copac announces second Speedmaster install as it rides Central American packaging growth

Spartanburg, SC-based commercial printer Copac announced the install of a second Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 105 at its headquarter facility as it look to grab a larger share of the packaging market both in the US and in Central America.

Massive US Postal Service loss adds urgency to reform efforts

Though not unexpected, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) announcement this week that it lost $5.1bn in the fiscal year ending September 30 adds a sense of urgency to its fiscal dilemma - and it is likely to put more pressure on a very partisan US Congress to set aside their differences and pass dramatic legislative reforms for the service by the middle of next year.

CCI/CoakleyTech launches U.Connect

Looking to brand its private cloud-based product suite that it has been providing to customers for the past year, Hartland, WI-based CCI/CoakleyTech announced the launch of U.Connect, a new, end-to-end communication solution to help businesses effectively manage corporate-wide print and multi-channel marketing programs.

New Semper International survey points to commercial print industry pessimism

The US commercial printing and graphics arts industry is not very optimistic about business picking up during the year's closing months, with one in five companies expecting sales to be down during the fourth quarter compared with Q3, a new survey by Semper International has found.

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