DM News to Produce Deliver Supplement in April

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DM News will publish a supplement April 4 offering a state-of-the-industry report for the production and printing industry as well as the status of postal issues.


The issue will be printed on glossy stock and will receive special distribution at the National Conference on Operations and Fulfillment April 3-6 at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, TX, and the Chicago Association of Direct Marketing's DM Days & Expo April 7-8 at Chicago's Navy Pier.


A special focus will examine how companies are updating their services with the latest technology.


Stories and special features planned for the supplement include an overview of new products and services in the delivery, printing, fulfillment and postal markets as well as expert commentary from companies and organizations including Canterbury Graphics, Cenveo, DHL Smart & GlobalMail, Draft Chicago, Exmplar, The Print Council and Wilde Direct. The issue also will feature case studies of Lion Brand Yarn and Lillian Vernon.


The supplement is being edited by Mickey Alam Khan, senior editor and director of editorial and business development, who can be contacted at 212/925-7300, ext. 216, or by e-mail at mickey@dmnews.com.


Supplier companies interested in advertising rates and information should contact Robert DiGioia at 212/925-7300, ext. 274, or robertd@dmnews.com by e-mail.


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