New research examines the impact of COVID-19 on the in-plant industry, and how in-plants have adapted to continue serving their organizations.
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the in-plant industry. In-house printing facilities were temporarily shut down, revenue dropped considerably, workers were laid off, and numerous in-plant managers and employees tested positive for COVID-19. Throughout the past year, though, the resilience of in-plants has been admirable. They have taken advantage of opportunities created by the pandemic, added new services, adapted production processes to incorporate social distancing, and continued to serve their parent organizations — often in ways they had not done previously.
New research by In-plant Impressions shows the impact of the pandemic on the in-plant industry, one year in. The study examines:
Download this exclusive report to better understand how the in-plant industry has been affected by COVID-19 – and how in-plants have adapted to these challenges to continue serving their parent organizations.
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