For the sixth consecutive year, Midland Paper is a co-sponsor for the Inkjet Summit 2019 to be held April 8-11 in Ponte Vedra, Fla. The Inkjet Summit is an exclusive invitation-only, hosted event designed for senior managers and business executives who want to understand how inkjet technology trends, software, consumables and finishing solutions will impact their businesses and help them shape their strategies for the future. David Field, Midland Paper’s senior business manager, Inkjet Technologies, will present a "Case Study" illustrating effective print media options across a multitude of different production inkjet platforms. “The production inkjet equipment market continues to expand with OEM press announcements unveiled at a rapid rate, including a whole new wave of sheet fed inkjet options. In addition, new OEM inkjet presses are being developed for web and sheet fed configurations which adds to the complexity for printers who are aiming to make an inkjet equipment investment decision.” Click Read More below for additional detail.
One of the iconic names in the printing industry was laid to rest July 27 with the closure of The Hennegan Co., located just outside Cincinnati in Florence, Ky. The shutdown officially marked the end of the award-winning, marquee printing operation that traced its roots all the way back to 1886, and to the revered Hennegan family name in printing that went along with it.
Hennegan’s 210,000-sq.-ft. facility, built in 1996, housed six-, eight-, and 12-color sheetfed offset presses; full-size, six- and eight-unit web offset presses; HP and Xerox digital presses; and complete binding, mailing, fulfillment, and warehousing capabilities.
This latest closure delivers another blow to the greater Cincinnati area, following the shuttering this month of Arandell Corp.’s Walton, Ky., printing facility, which impacted more than 100 workers. That closure by the Menomonee Falls, Wis.-based catalog printing powerhouse Arandell was blamed to the drop in business resulting from COVID-19.
more at source: https://www.piworld.com/article/rr-donnelley-closes-hennegan-premier-printing-company-america/