A Market Map Puts Everything in Perspective

In Article, Catalog & Magazine, Commercial Marketing Collateral, Direct Marketing, Industry Issues, Knowledge Base, Labels, Newspapers, Packaging - Corrugated Board, Packaging – Flexible, Packaging – Folding Carton, Traditional Transaction Printing, Transitional Mail, Workbooks & Directoriesby Andy GordonLeave a Comment

Inkjet Insight maps out I.T. Strategies North American print volume data to explore opportunities for production inkjet technologies. The map looks packaging, publishing, and document application categories.

IoT, Print and Inkjet Security

In Article, Industry Issues, Knowledge Base, Softwareby Elizabeth GoodingLeave a Comment

With the complexity of Internet of Things (IoT) networks expanding and the cost and frequency of breaches climbing, printers must take advantage of every resource to protect their security and their reputations. We discuss 2018 trends in security and print environments including links to research from Ponemon, Aberdeen and Inkjet Insight.

Strategic Technology Stack for Production Inkjet

In Commercial Marketing Collateral, Direct Marketing, Industry Issues, Knowledge Base, Sales & Marketingby Andy GordonLeave a Comment

Andy Gordon discusses the strategic role of production inkjet and the importance of developing a technology stack to drive business transformation. He discusses an NPR Freakonomics interview with Ford Motor Company’s CEO, Jim Hackett and the lessons to be learned that can apply to the printing industry.

Canadian Newsprint Exports Not Subject to U.S. Tariffs

In Industry Issues, Inkjet News, Newsby Inkjet InsightLeave a Comment

Today’s unanimous ruling of no injury by the USITC follows the U.S. Department of Commerce’s determination on August 2, 2018, that imposed a combined countervailing and antidumping duty of 20.26 per cent on Catalyst.  Due to the negative injury determination, these duties no longer apply after the USITC publishes its final determination at the end of September, and the cash deposits collected to date will be refunded to the company. While the lone petitioner, NORPAC, can appeal today’s ruling, the company is optimistic they will accept the judgement of the USITC.