Revealing ‘how metadata progresses through the supply chain,’ BIC says, its new Metadata Capabilities Directory is active now.
The pandemic’s effects on bookselling have been mingled with those of Brexit, as booksellers from Sweden and Ireland explain.
As world publishing looks for ways to lessen its environmental impact, HP’s new white paper lays out a print-on-demand model. (Sponsored)
‘A streamlined modern interface’ is promised in the coming rebuild of the Web-based international book ordering system.
Citing disruption caused by the pandemic, Pubeasy records a 600-percent increase in the number of North American booksellers using its online ordering services.
The International Green Book Supply Chain Alliance is looking to develop responses to environmental and climate-change issues.
In the AAP’s StatShot for June and NPD’s report on the first week of August, US book sales show resilience during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Chinese market’s bookselling patterns remain in flux, many Tier 1 and Tier 2 city stores still not fully open and digital retail accelerating since Q1.
Book distribution giant Ingram announces a new printing and shipping facility in Melbourne, while American and British plants are being upgraded.
The Book Industry Study Group–focused on supply chain in the United States–is reformatting its annual meeting to a series of digital events held over weeks.