World Class Printing
We bring together technology, materials, machinery and human ingenuity to create world-class printing. Our products inform, persuade, educate and delight millions of consumers and business people worldwide. They help our clients prosper.More About Regal
27,000 Sq. ft. Facility
We print and finish books, booklets, brochures, buck slips, pocket folders, postcards, posters, annual reports, calendars, magazine/mailing inserts and anything in between in our 27,000 square-foot facility and workforce of 30+. Our clients include general corporations, advertising agencies, manufacturers, free lancers, architects, and many other types of businesses.See Our Capabilities
With the type and amount of resources we use, it is our responsibility, as well as everyone’s, to be economical and efficient with our application of energy/materials and cognoscente of how we recycle and otherwise dispose of the resulting items.Learn More
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights Mark Michelson's video interview with Dan Defino, vice president and managing director at Tukaiz. Other industry news highlighted is from Heidelberg and Think Patented, Semper International, Digital Lizard, a Creel Printing company, Standard Register, Firespring (and the consolidation of CopyCat Printing, MinuteMan Printing, United Enterprises, Mail Marketing and Cornerstone Print & Marketing), and the award recipients of the Printing Industries of America's 2015 InterTech Technology Award.
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Goss International's parent company, Shanghai Electric Corporation (SEC), has entered into a definitive agreement to sell Goss International and its subsidiaries to American Industrial Partners (AIP). The agreement forms part of a broader strategy to further strengthen Goss' position as the world’s leading web-offset printing press supplier.
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The Department of Education is about to approve a $30 million contract with Amazon to create an e-book marketplace for New York City's 1,800 public schools. The Amazon deal will be one of the D.O.E.'s most expensive contracts and one of the city's few significant deals with a leading technology company.
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Canon Solutions America has established an Advisory Council in an effort to understand the changing customer requirements surrounding Managed Document Services, allowing it to capture customer requirements, evaluate technologies and strategies, and solicit feedback directly from customers.
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Recent research conducted by the Temple University Center for Neural Decision Making has recently conducted some research that proves print's advantage to digital in several different ways.Read More
Utilizing inkjet printing technologies, there is now a way to create a diagnostic test cartridge utilizing a single sheet of paper.Read More
In the digital age, more and more libraries are beginning to move from purchasing print books to purchasing digital copies, but this change is not happily accepted by all.Read More
Researchers discovered that the return on print magazine ads were far greater than expected to boost awareness.Read More
Examining the global printing industry in order to identify the top countries for future growth, along with the types of print products that will dominate.Read More