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US Congressmen lodge bill to abolish paperless policies

Two US Congressmen this week introduced a bipartisan resolution that seeks to reverse a recent federal push toward going paperless for a variety of information and services, ranging from income tax forms to Social Security checks.

Winston Packaging adds Rapida 106

Winston-Salem, NC-based Winston Packaging has purchased a new 41 inch KBA Rapida 106 following a visit to Drupa in May.

Mount Royal Printing Merges with Fannon

Baltimore, MD-based Mount Royal Printing has merged with Fannon Color Printing of Alexandria, VA.

RR Donnelley rolls out new targeting apps for ProteusJet

RR Donnelley & Sons has announced a series of applications for its ProteusJet Multiweb platform designed to enable better management of one-to-one marketing campaigns and allow for more personalized imaging and visuals in mailers.

QuadDirect upgrades Effingham direct mail facility

Quad/Graphics division QuadDirect this week announced the completion of a multi-million dollar upgrade of its Effingham, IL direct mail facility as it looks to adapt its production to better-targeted short-run campaigns now preferred by many marketers.

RR Donnelley to close Danbury plant

Leading US commercial printer RR Donnelley will close its printing plant in Danbury, CT and lay off 153 workers as it continues to streamline its print capacity.

Jeppesen migrates aviation chart printing to digital with HP T300

Englewood, COL-based Jeppesen, which makes charts, data and operational tools for the aviation industry, announced the installation of HP T300 Color Inkjet Web press as it transitions its oversize chart production from analog to digital.

Typecraft merges with Marketplace Direct

Pittsburgh-based printers, TCP Printing (Typecraft) and Marketplace Direct are to merge as the consolidation wave in the US commercial printing industry moves beyond smaller family-owned firms looking to capitalise on the analog to digital transition.

US Print magazine numbers fall, led by decline in newsstand sales

Total circulation for US print consumer magazines declined by a modest 1.3% in the first half of 2011, driven largely by a decline in single issue newsstand sales, the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) reported.

Credit climate for printers improving, remains under threat

The credit climate for the US printing industry has been slowly improving in recent years, but remains challenging and could take another plunge downward due to the current US economic turmoil according to the Printing Industry of America (PIA) body.

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