InnerWorkings Inc. (Nasdaq:INWK), a leading global provider of managed print and promotional solutions for corporate clients, announced today that it has entered into an enterprise print and point of sale (POS) management agreement with Skyy Spirits, one of the largest spirits companies in the United States.
Boston-based ABnote North America has launched its new Web site. The site consolidates information from the former Arthur Blank, Keystone Plastics, and American Banknote Company brands, and eventually will replace those sites.
McCook, Illinois-based GPA Substrate Solutions (GPA) announced it expanded its operations to twice its original size, enabling it to enhance its service and stocking level to meet the rising demand for specialty substrates on the East Coast.
Midlothian, Texas-based Ennis Inc. announced its Trade Envelopes facility in Carol Stream, Ill. is relocating to a larger Ennis facility in Princeton, Ill.
World Emblem International, Miami, announced it was recognized for the second year in a row by Inc. magazine, earning the rank of 4,805 out of 5,000 on the 2009 Inc. 5000, which ranks
4236 B.C. FOLLOWING the 365-day cycle of the star Sirius, ancient Egyptians record the very first year. An auspicious day for humanity to be sure, but even more so for those in the calendar business. After all, without the star-gazing and detail-obsessed people hanging out by the Nile all those years ago, they’d be without a job.
Midlothian, Texas-based Ennis Inc. announced its Leipsic, Ohio location recently received the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody Certification (COC). The certification gives Ennis‐Leipsic the ability to place and print the FSC logo on projects that meet the strict standards of FSC COC criteria. Ennis–Leipsic joins Ennis companies Admore of Macomb, Mich. and Adams McClure of Denver, as Ennis facilities holding FSC COC Certification. Ennis–Leipsic is a long‐run and jumbo-roll forms manufacturing facility.
Salt Lake City-based SnugZ USA introduced a line of handcrafted and classic greeting cards through its subsidiary line ImpressionZ in October 2007. The artful, scrapbook-style cards feature a personal touch through combining unique papers with metal, ribbon and stitching. The concept was greeted within the industry with so much success that the line was additionally translated into Spanish and French in early 2008. Effective April 2008, the company is taking the ImpressionZ greeting cards concept one step further by introducing a series of “ImpressionZ InspirationZ” message cards aimed at the workplace market. The goal of the new line is to inspire and motivate while