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USPS in U-turn on Saturday delivery

The board of the US Postal Service (USPS) announced this week that it has directed US Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe not to go ahead with plans to end Saturday delivery this August.

RR Donnelley expands printed electronics offering

Chicago-based RR Donnelley & Sons this week added RFID and NFC (Near Field Communications) capabilities to its printed electronics initiative as it looks establish a foothold in an industry that is expected to generate more than $10bn in worldwide annual sales within the next few years.

Tidewater Direct adds Goss Sunday 2000 press

Tidewater Direct has installed a new six-unit Sunday 2000 press at its Centreville, MD facility as it targets greater market share in the high-quality color direct mail and inserts business.

Orlando-based Labels in Motions invests in Xeikon 3500

Orlando, FL-based Labels in Motion has purchased and installed a Xeikon 3500 digital label press to drive its business and has been so pleased it is already looking at a second one.

Ricoh partners with TEC Mailing Solutions to offer SaaS mailing tools

Ricoh Production Print Solutions used the National Postal Forum (NPF) in San Francisco this week to unveil a new partnership with TEC Mailing Solutions on a cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) that promises to reduce postal costs while streamlining workflow and mailing lists.

USPS showcases MyPost electronic notification system

The US Postal Service (USPS) has begun testing a new concept known as MyPost that lets consumers and small businesses preview electronically what's in their physical mail box that day.

US Postmaster General defends five-day delivery, unveils same day mail service

US Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe used the National Postal Forum in San Francisco this week to renew calls for the US Congress to let the US Postal Service (USPS) end Saturday deliveries and to stop getting involved in issues including how it funds its employees pensions.

Transcontinental posts Q1 profit rise

Montreal-based Transcontinental cited the ongoing benefits from its acquisition of Quad/Graphics assets in Canada as it reported a modest 5% rise in net profit to US $17.4m for the first quarter on an 8% rise in turnover to US $515m.

Curtis Packaging opts for Scodix Press

Sandy Hook, CT-based Curtis Packaging has purchased and installed a new Scodix S series press that was demoed at Scodix at Graph Expo last fall in Chicago.

Quad/Graphics posts modest Q4 profit

Sussex, WI-based Quad/Graphics managed to overcome pricing pressure and a decline in sales to post a $21m Q4 net profit, reversing a $7m loss for the same period a year earlier.

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