Business Management - Finance/Financial
After nearly 10 years with the company, Greg Jehlik is retiring from the position of CEO of Maxcess. After an extensive search, Berwind, Maxcess's parent company, has named Odd Joergenrud as Jehlik's successor.
With more printing technology at their fingertips than ever before, package printers and converters must travel an evolving path when deciding on printing technology investments.
To gain a better understanding of the challenges facing package printers and converters throughout the packaging industry, Packaging Impressions conducted a survey of its audience and has released a
The sale of the Kodak Flexographic Packaging Division is complete. The division was sold to Montagu Private Equity LLP and will operate as a standalone company called Miraclon.
Taking Heidelberg's collaboration with Masterwork, which dates back to 2014, to the next level is designed to open up further potential in the growing package printing segment, especially in China — the world’s largest individual market.
During its annual Converter Meeting held March 10-13 in Asheville, N.C., TLMI revealed the four winners of this year's Eugene Singer Award for Management Excellence. The award recognizes excellence in business management measured and defined by an established set of growth and profitability ratios through participation in the TLMI Management Ratio Study.
The Independent Carton Group (ICG), a collection of independently-owned folding carton printers and converters, reports that despite continued consolidation in the folding carton industry, business growth among its membership remains strong.
Maxcess, a global leader in innovative products and services for web handling applications, has announced the retirement of Greg Jehlik as CEO of the organization. After an exhaustive search, Maxcess’ parent company Berwind has named Odd Joergenrud to succeed Jehlik. “Odd brings a wealth of global leadership and manufacturing expertise to Maxcess,” said Tim Callahan, […]
Masterwork Group Co., Ltd., China’s largest manufacturer of diecutters and hot-foil embossing machines is to obtain around 8.5% of the Heidelberg share capital under a cash capital increase from authorized capital excluding shareholder subscription rights. This will allow Heidelberg to increase its market presence in the expanding package printing segment.
The latest edition of the FINAT RADAR has been released, indicating that European label customers are approaching 2019 more cautiously than 2018. With multiple global factors at play, the full report details the reasons for the cautious approach.