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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.

PrintWeek to produce GOA 2012 Show Daily

PrintWeek is to produce its first printed product in the US after securing the deal to produce the GOA 2012 Show Daily at the Graphics of the Americas Expo & Conference (GOA) in Miami, Florida.

PIA voices concern over new US Postal Service online Direct Mail Hub

The Printing Industries of America (PIA) this week formally complained to the US Postal Service (USPS) about a new Direct Mail Hub on the USPS web site that seems to direct businesses to only a handful of select printers and direct marketers across the country.

Heidelberg restructures US operations

Heidelberg USA appears to be in the midst of a major restructuring as the print equipment provider looks to better position its sales and support staff in the competitive US print market.

Great Western acquires Farbotech Color as ink industry mimicks printing consolidation

Portland, OR-based Great Western Ink has acquired Farbotech Color of Los Angeles in a move Great Western President Keith Voigt said was part of a strategy to build market share and expand geographically even as the ink industry battled some of the same overcapacity issues facing US printers.

Two Sides expands to US

Following its success in Europe educating both businesses and the public about the print and paper industries' sustainability efforts, industry advocacy group Two Sides has expanded across the Atlantic with the formation of Two Sides US.

Michigan-based educational printer Edwards Brothers steps on to global stage

You wouldn't think an Ann Arbor, Michigan-based company would end up a lynchpin in a global printing partnership. But for higher-education text book printer Edwards Brothers, joining up with UK-based CPIgroup, Australia's Griffin Press and Asia-based Markono Print Media was the logical step in a printing segment with publishers battling with high-product prices but lower regional volumes.

Quad/Graphics to close Buffalo plant as part of book printing consolidation

Quad/Graphics has said it will close its Buffalo, NY, book printing facility as part of a restructuring aimed at creating production and distribution efficiencies throughout its book manufacturing operation.

Avery Dennison launches CarWraps.net in North America

Avery Dennison's Graphics and Reflective Solutions division has launched CarWraps.net, a website for businesses looking to personalize cars and trucks with company names, logos and messages.

InnerWorkings targets an end to global print inefficiencies

InnerWorkings has set its sights on establishing a worldwide creative and print management platform for global brands following the February acquisition of its main competitor in Latin America, CPRO.

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