Struggling printing company to continue printing B2B magazines
World Inc. has sign-ed a mu lti-year ag reement with Scho field MediaGroup to continue printing 18 business-to-business magazines for theChicago-based global company.
World Inc. has sign-ed a mu lti-year ag reement with Scho field Media Group to continue printing 18 business-to-business magazines for the Chicago-based global company.
Titles covered under the renewal agreement include U.S. Business Review, Manufacturing Today, Supply Chain Solutions, Beverage World, Restaurant Business and other business publications for corporate executives, the Montreal-based commercial printer said yesterday.
Financial terms of the renewal were not revealed.
“Schofield is a global leader in B2B magazine publishing with a strong history of growth and innovation,” said Kevin Clarke, president of Quebecor World’s publishing services group.
“We are extremely pleased under this agreement to have the privilege of printing for Schofield into the next decade.”
Schofield Media publishes business-to-business magazines and operates conferences and events in the United States, Europe and Asia.
Quebecor World is restructuring under bankruptcy protection through the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act in Canada, while various U.S. subsidiaries have filed petitions under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Quebecor World has about 20,000 employees at 90 printing and related plants in the United States, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru.