Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

Pitney Bowes releases SendPro C Auto mailing and sending technology

Pitney Bowes (Stamford, Connecticut), a global technology company that provides commerce solutions in the areas of ecommerce, shipping, mailing and financial services, has launched SendPro C Auto – the latest evolution of its SendPro digitally-connected mailing and sending technology portfolio. Utilizing the integrated mailing and shipping technology with the SendPro platform, SendPro C Auto includes … Read more →

Book Manufacturers’ Institute releases “The Role of Inkjet Printing in Powering Industry 4.0 in Book Publishing”

The Book Manufacturers’ Institute (BMI – Ormond Beach, Florida) has published a new whitepaper titled The Role of Inkjet Printing in Powering Industry 4.0 in Book Publishing, detailing the findings of a research study conducted by NAPCO Research and commissioned by BMI. The report focuses on how book printers and publishers are transitioning from offset … Read more →

Juery named new CEO of Agfa-Gevaert

Following a “rigorous selection process,” the Board of Directors of Agfa-Gevaert, headquartered in Mortsel, Belgium, has appointed Pascal Juery as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer. He’ll succeed current CEO Christian Reinaudo on February 1, 2020. Fifty-four-year-old Juery was born in Paris, France, and is a graduate of the ESCP Business School. He brings more … Read more →

New research reveals that consumer preferences for paper remain high

In a recent 2019 research study conducted by Isobar on behalf of The Paper and Packaging Board (McLean, Virginia), that measured consumer attitudes about paper and its use, consumer opinions remained strong when it came to paper’s enduring value in their daily lives. The study also reflected consumer concerns about expanding digital influences. The research … Read more →

Volume Photography leaders launch free educational community

The school and sports photography business (commonly called “Volume Photography”) has seen tremendous growth over the past decade. Digital capture, green screens, downloads and more, have opened up new revenue opportunities – but the learning curve can be very, very steep. A new U.S.-based Facebook Group called Speaking Volume has just been formed to bring … Read more →

New research explores inkjet print quality measurement and paper qualification

A new research report from Inkjet Insight into customer requirements regarding print quality measurement and paper qualification data has revealed some surprising facts. The Inkjet Insight Production Inkjet Market Survey on Print Quality Measurement and Paper Qualification includes data gathered from dozens of production inkjet users in the United States in the fourth quarter of … Read more →

Registration now open for Xplor20 in April

Xplor International (Lutz, Florida) has announced that the agenda is being finalized and registration is now open for its annual conference. Xplor20 will take place April 14-16, 2020 at the TradeWinds Island Grand in St. Pete Beach, Florida. Attendees can register here: The popular Customer Communications Conference two-and-a-half-day event brings together end-users, analysts, consultants, … Read more →

SGP unveils new certification for the printing industry and asks for comments

The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP – Sayville, N.Y.), a leading authority in sustainable printing certifications, has announced a new certification for suppliers to the printing industry. The “SGP Supplier” certification is the next step in the organization’s mission to further sustainability throughout the printing industry supply chain. The organization added that the criteria for … Read more →