1. Diecutting has always been a family affair

    Diecutting has always been a family affair

    Diecutting has always been a family affair for me. That’s why I was so excited when my wife Allison was selected to be a speaker at this month’s 64th annual meeting of the National Association of Graphic and Product Identification Manufacturers (GPI) in Scottsdale, Arizona. Allison’s topic was “Communicating with the Media,” and her session offered tips and techniques for successful media interviews. She definitely has the credentials and experience, and provided GPI attendees with some valuable advice! Allison holds four academic degrees, including a PhD in Organizational Communication, and currently teaches undergraduate and graduate-level courses in business communication at...

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  2. Crest Clamshell Increases Short Run Business

    Crest Clamshell Increases Short Run Business

    C&C Bindery, Long Island, NY, installed My Press Needs’ 28x41 Crest Clamshell to increase its short-run business. “Several years ago, we reinvented ourselves from a traditional bindery to specialize in pharmaceutical and cosmetics packaging,” said C&C President Mitch Holsborg. The result was steady growth, resulting in Holsborg’s decision to purchase a die cutting press to handle and attract more short-run business.

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