PrintWorkers Industry News

Department of Labor Eliminates Printing Jobs From Statistics: What Does This Mean for You?
When the Bureau of Labor Statistics called the printing industry "too small to be tracked" it brought some furious reactions from printers. But indignation aside, what real impact does this decision b...

Canon Launches Initiative to Show Print Remains an Influential Medium
The Canon Print for Action Survey uncovers consumers’ perception and use of printed materials, as well as the importance of print in the minds of tomorrow’s business leaders. It reveals that the print...

What’s Next for Production Print DFEs?
On demand production print digital front ends began their competitive march in the late 1990s, but how have they evolved and what can printers expect from DFEs in the future?...

Questions to Ask When Planning Direct Mail Campaigns
In order to create direct mail campaigns that ignite more response, you need to ask the right questions at the planning stage. Check out these ideas....

CreaseStream to Sell Finishing Equipment Direct in US Market
CreaseStream will launch its direct route one strategy into North American print shops and binderies with the company's range of digital finishing solutions....

Racami Releases Enhanced Version of Alchem-e Software Platform
Version 6.3 helps direct marketers, transactional processors, book publishers and corporations onboard jobs faster, manage multiple facilities, secure data and simplify their environments by combining...

SGIA Shows Nevada SPCA Love with 2018 Expo Shirt Proceeds
SGIA donated the $4,603.56 it raised in its 2018 SGIA Expo T-shirt sales to the Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The shirts were sold during the Expo for $5 each. ...

Department of Labor Eliminates Printing, Screen Printing Jobs From Statistics Database (and What That Means)
The Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that "printer" and "screen printer" have become too narrow to be considered for the department's current employment statistics database....

Quad/Graphics Evolves Its Brand to Reflect Company’s Transformation
Quad/Graphics is evolving its brand from Quad/Graphics to Quad to reflect the role it now plays with clients as a marketing solutions partner....

You Can Do It, Sam I Am
It all started with a bet between Bennett Cerf and Dr. Seuss that Seuss couldn’t write a children’s book using only 50 different words, and it ended with “Green Eggs and Ham." Steve Johnson relays som...