Business Management - Finance/Financial
Southern Champion Tray (SCT) has announced its acquisition of Honeymoon Paper Products, a supermarket and retail bakery, deli, food service, and wholesale packaging provider. Honeymoon's product portfolio will be integrated into SCT, expanding the printing technology opportunities for Honeymoon's packaging.
As the lockdown on the economy lifts, printing and packaging companies can expect to see an upturn as demand increases for products and services. But this recession is unlike others we have seen in the past, and non-economic factors will impact the bounce back.
In print, the best practices have been evolving for years across a diverse group of segments and there are plenty of lessons to be learned. Benchmarking against industry leaders and average companies provides invaluable insight and can set a struggling company on a new strategic path or even take an average firm to the next level of profitability.
In a new research program from NAPCO Research and the PRINTING United Alliance, key business indicators are being tracked in an effort to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on package printers and converters and the expectations for economic recovery.
With uncertain economic times resulting from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, business owners and packaging companies are seeking strategies to prepare. In a Paperboard Packaging Council webinar hosted on Wednesday, April 29, Dr. Jeff Rosensweig of Emory University offered his outlook and insights on the economic impact of COVID-19.
A loan that potentially doesn’t have to be repaid is the federal government’s offer to printing businesses looking for a way to protect their payrolls during the pandemic. But, securing a Paycheck Protection Program loan may test applicants’ stress levels.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Small Business Administration (SBA) is providing information on how to apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance of up to $10,000. Here is what you need to know about the loan.
Just as the COVID-19 outbreak created financial uncertainty on Wall Street and on Main Street, it has also put a deep freeze on impending M&A mega-deals. The novel coronavirus has scuttled Xerox Holdings' $34.9 billion, $24 per share unsolicited, hostile takeover attempt of fellow printing industry icon HP Inc.
COVID-19's effect on the economy has been profound. How this all plays out will depend on the economy’s underlying health and the effectiveness of support. Drawing on the resources of federal, state, and local agencies is important — there’s no reason to go it alone. Here are some suggestions for printing companies.