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Toni McQuilken is the senior editor for the printing and packaging group.

Denise Gustavson is the Editorial Director and Special Projects Editor for the Printing & Packaging Group, which includes Printing Impressions, packagePRINTING, In-plant Graphics and Wide-Format Impressions magazines, among other brands. She is also the Editor-in-Chief of Wide-Format Impressions.

2020 has been a year of unprecedented events and extremes that will impact and shape our lives, our businesses, and the industry for decades to come. Where do we go from here? Is there any silver lining? How will these events impact the industry and print service providers?

GSP announced growth plans for its Lenexa, Kansas-based, full-service print production facility, Custom Color, which GSP acquired in February 2020.

As we head into the second half of what has thus far been a wild 2020, it has driven home the fact that no business is immune to the unexpected. Having a business continuity plan flexible enough to adapt to any scenario can mean the difference between staying afloat or watching everything you worked for go up in smoke.

For the last six weeks, we’ve all been dealing with an unprecedented situation, which has disrupted businesses and economies across the globe. Having the right business continuity plan in place - before the crisis hits - can be the difference between coming out strong, and struggling to survive.

GSP recently achieved G7 Master Qualification status for the tenth consecutive year. As part of an elite group of print service providers worldwide, GSP has successfully completed the program’s stringent qualification process year after year.

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