Traditionally, packaging print has been a viewed as a long-run process, best suited to specialized manufacturers. However, although there is still a place for this style of manufacture, the packaging world is rapidly changing.
These trends are proof there’s still lots of opportunity in print.
While many companies complain that they cannot afford the time and effort required to achieve operational excellence, market demand is proving to companies that they can’t afford NOT to focus on operational excellence.
Working to reduce SLAs can be complicated. These two root causes for the increasing turnaround times can be corrected, and opportunities to correct them that everyone can implement.
Serious about improving your print selling skills? Have a friend observe you in action and watch for these 5 mistakes.
The recently introduced White Dry Ink from Xerox, designed for its flagship Xerox® iGen® 5 Press, has achieved a new benchmark for brightness and opacity—twice that of competitive digital solutions. That’s one of the reasons it won a Must See ‘Ems Award as one of the top new products at Print 17.
You might be surprised to learn that as we increase automation in our print production workflows, we can create new issues or bottlenecks. Overcoming these issues is called the GAP analysis, and the most common bottlenecks they combat.
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