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Moving Past the Great Recession: Print’s Recovery Path for 2011–2012 and Beyond

by: Dr. Ronnie H. Davis and Ed Gleeson An excerpt from the report from Dr. Ronnie H. Davis, vice president and chief economist, and Ed Gleeson, manager, economic and market research, Printing Industries of America Economic and Market Research Department The Economy: Recession and Recovery The Great Recession of 2007-2009 was a dramatic departure from the relatively mild recessions of the past...

Production Digital Print: Changing the Feeding & Finishing Market

by: Jim Hamilton, InfoTrends There are some basic advantages of digital print that sometimes are overlooked. I'm not talking about economic short runs, quick turnaround or the ability to personalize documents. Those are well known and broadly acknowledged. No, I'm talking about capabilities such as electronic collation, automatic duplexing, the ability to mix multiple paper stocks in a document, having...

Merging Tradition with Progress at Roswell Bookbinding

by: Amy Bauer From its founding in 1960, Roswell Bookbinding of Phoenix, AZ has remained nimble to respond to the changing demands of the marketplace. In the process, the company has established its expertise in specialty and high-end binding projects and restorations, in addition to library and trade binding work. "We have evolved from a hand operation to a fully automated...

Directions for New Leadership

by: Richard G. Ensman, Jr. Many centuries ago, leadership positions often demanded the right family connections. Later, an ability to read and compute became a requisite for leadership. Later still, demands on leaders included an understanding of production systems and today, leaders are expected to possess superb people skills. The skills demanded of leaders will continue to become more diverse and...
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