Printer Ink History To Be Celebrated In America

2012-01-23 09:48:08

Published on 2012-01-23 09:48:08

Printer Ink history is set to take centre stage in the tri-state area next week with the president of the Printing Industries of America (PIA) set to visit and take part in a number of celebrations to mark International Printing Week.

Michael Makin will begin the week's frolics by addressing the local Ohio and Northern Kentucky PIA group at the Kenwood Country Club before then taking a tour of Newport-based printer Multi-Craft, which has existed for over 55 years.

Multi-Craft has been a member of PIA ever since the company was founded in 1955 and company president Deborah Simpson told Fox 19 that the visit of Mr Makin was an honour.

Ms Simpson said: "As a company with a rich history of its own, it is an honour to celebrate that of the entire print industry and host one of its great modern industry leaders."

PIA provides research, training, economic insight, cost-savings and advocacy to its member printer ink companies, who employ nearly a million people.

Posted by Canzil Ahmed.

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