Wed, 20/06/2012 - 06:30
Ingram Content Group has appointed Shawn Morin to the role of chief operating officer, promoted from the position of chief information officer.
Morin, who started working at the distribution company in 2009, will report into chair John R Ingram. He will now be responsible for managing the company's commercial activities, systems...
Wed, 18/04/2012 - 08:00
Foyles will be supplying more US-published books directly from the States through an expansion of their partnership with Ingram, which already includes use of the company's print-on-demand services.
The bookseller will receive title data from Ingram to populate www.foyles....
Wed, 21/03/2012 - 08:00
Cambridge University Press has moved its US warehouse and fulfillment operations under the management of Ingram Content Group as the academic publisher strives to save costs and prepare for the “unpredictable future” of the transition to digital.
CUP has always used its own warehouse in New York state to ship its books,...
Thu, 16/06/2011 - 09:00
Ingram has opened Lightning Source Australia, its fifth international print on demand facility.
Lightning Source already operates print on demand facilities at its Tennessee headquarters as well as in Pennsylvania in the United States. It also has facilities in Milton Keynes and France, the latter of which is a joint venture with...
Wed, 08/12/2010 - 08:19
US publishing services giant Ingram has signed deals with two UK publishers, Scripture Union and Karnac Books, for its digital asset platform CoreSource.
Christian publisher Scripture Union already uses Ingram's Lightning Source for print-on-demand, and will add e-content management through CoreSource from next spring. Karnac, an...
Thu, 23/09/2010 - 08:55
Print on demand service Lightning Source is to expand into Australia next summer.
Once the manufacturing service is operational, it will become the fifth facility Lightning Source operates with two plants in the United States, one in Milton Keynes and a joint venture with Hachette in France. The facility will begin operation by June 2011...
Fri, 09/07/2010 - 13:54
Sit across from Ingram Content Group c.e.o. David "Skip" Prichard and the energy is palpable. He needs every bit of it, given the change to be navigated.
Prichard, born in New Jersey, grew up and trained as a lawyer in Baltimore. He spent most of his career working for big information companies—LexisNexis and ProQuest...
Sun, 03/01/2010 - 10:05
James R Gray, chief strategy officer for Ingram Content Group Inc, is to leave the US-based company at the end of the year.
Gray joined Ingram, which provides content services for the book industry, in December 2006 following its acquistion of his company Coutts Information Services and sister company MyiLibrary. The two businesses...
Mon, 09/06/2008 - 08:14
Ingram has announced a "new organisational structure" to consolidate its book division and print on demand company Lightning Source.
Called Ingram Lightning Group, the new unit aims to "provide seamless coordination among the Ingram businesses that serve publishers, librarians, booksellers and other creators and consumers...
Fri, 23/02/2007 - 18:05
Ingram Publisher Services, a unit of Ingram Book Group, appointed Janet McDonald vice president of Client Acquisitions, the company announced yesterday.
McDonald previously served as vice president and general manager of Spring Arbor Distributors, Ingram's distributor to Christian retailers. She has worked at Ingram since 1999....