Tag Archive: In-Plant

Oct 08

The End of the Age of Gutenberg?

Perhaps 200 years from now, historians will be calling the 21st Century the “End of the Age of Gutenberg.” The development of movable type in the 1400s slowly nudged knowledge and information past the gates of shadowy cloisters into the public, commercial realm. With (lots of) time and further innovation, Gutenberg’s vision of standardized and …

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Jun 20

Connecting with In-Plant Printers at IPMA

Komori participated in the IPMA (In-Plant Printing & Mailing Association) conference last week in Charleston, SC.  This is a great group and an anomaly in the printing industry.  They come from corporate in-plant shops, educational institutions, government offices and non-profits and cover sectors from manufacturing to insurance companies to churches and healthcare institutions.  What they …

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May 02

A Future for Growth – A Look at the 2011 Association of College and University Printers

A couple of weeks ago, I attended my very first ACUP conference. If you’re  asking yourself what ACUP is, you are not alone. With Komori’s focus on the in-plant market, we quickly discovered that one organization and conference you cannot miss is the Association of College and University Printers. This year’s session was held in …

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