10275Re: [PPLetterpress] Re: Letterpress economics
- Dec 2, 2008Seeing the number of retail shops and manufacturing shops that have gone
bust, I'm willing to believe that good times are not just around the corner.
We are planning other printing work from book printing/publishing just in
case our usual customer base keeps hands in pockets when the next few books
come out. It's always hard to tell, as each of our books is so different
from each other that we have few standard customers and a large mailing
I should think jobbing printers would stand a better chance of being able to
see trends and thus have a chance to predict where things are going. And
even then, those who serve the circus elements of life are more likely to
retain work in a recession, and anyone printing government paperwork.
Neither figure in our plans.
36 Bow Street
Oldham OL1 1SJ England
On 2/12/08 07:21, "Gerald Lange" <Bieler@...> wrote:
> Hi Jacob
> Well, it did not occur to me but as one correspondent put it, no one
> is going to tell you they are in trouble, at least, not in a public
> forum. Pointless post. Good to hear you are doing okay.
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