Courier once a growth story now is trying to find ways to make money in a digital environment the days of paper will still be with us but it won't be what it once was. The talk of closing the stoughton office just confirms that crrc is no longer the growth story it once was. The question now remains can they grow the company in this new digital environment?
They've some pretty stiff competition, and I don't think it was wise of them to go with copier-type digital machines. Heidelberg would have been my choice, but they don't ask we peons about such things. In cutting the covers that were done on copier-type machines I noted that registration was virtually nonexistant, as in really, really terrible. I hope they find someone that's mechanically inclined to operate the digital stuff. Otherwise, it isn't going to be anything but a money eating headache.