Business Management – Supply Chain
Print shop owners are preparing for what could be a rocky 2023. After nearly three years of dealing with pandemic-induced pressures, business owners are bracing for more tough times to come. As we enter the new year, executives shared their expected challenges — and opportunities — with us.
The unforgiving combination of a slowing American economy and continued material shortages, labor shortages, and cost inflation will pressure margins across the printing industry this year, according to the 2022-23 State of the Industry Report published by PRINTING United Alliance and sponsored by Canon.
It’s not news that supply chain challenges have impacted every part of the printing industry. As we close out another year marked with pandemics, politics, and business challenges, what will 2023 have to offer on the supply chain front?
Fisher Textiles introduced GF 5300 Waterfall, a dye sub-printable canopy tent fabric.
It’s time to look at your business and identify a cost-effective solution that will make your working life easier in the long run.
Beaver Paper is increasing prices for its entire product range globally by up to 12 % for all grades.
Many printing and packaging companies are struggling to procure the paper they need, the grades they require, in a quantity necessary.
Last week PrUA met with government stakeholders & printing industry leaders in Washington to raise awareness of paper shortages.
The roundtable was attended by election printers, elections officials, and several industry groups