chain printing

chain printing

[¦chān ′print·iŋ]
(computer science)
The printing of a group of linked files by placing commands at the end of each file that direct the program to continue printing the next one.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The company offers two of the most-trusted brand names in industrial supply chain printing, Printronix and TallyGenicom, known throughout manufacturing, distribution and retail companies around the world.
Avery Dennison Printer Systems Division, the globally recognised industry leader for manufacturing and supply chain printing and labelling solutions, has enhanced its AP Series offering with a new generation of the AP 5.4 and the introduction of a solution with a broader printing capability, the AP 5.6.
Specialist printing chain Printing.com, which has extensive interests in the West Midlands, reported a 5.7 per cent rise in full-year pre-tax profit in the year to March 31 and said revenue this year was ahead of the corresponding period in the previous year.
FLOURISHING UK chain Printing.com pledged a pounds 3.4 million investment in its Manchester hub would reap big dividends with a further sales boost.
Zebra offers proven, ultra-reliable products backed with 25 years of success in developing supply chain printing solutions for business improvement and compliance applications.
RETAIL chain Printing.com yesterday enjoyed its own red letter day with the announcement that total monthly sales had broken the pounds 1m barrier.
Specialist printing chain Printing.com, which has extensive interests in the West Midlands, enjoyed a successful first six months, posting a 4.8 per cent increase in pre-tax profit.
BOOMING UK chain Printing.com is looking to stretch its horizons on the international stage after enjoying a rapid rate of growth.
Specialist retail chain Printing.com, which has extensive interests in the Midlands, has outlined its plans for growth after a year consolidating the company.
Printronix, a printing solutions provider, and Maxim Computer Services appeared at the International Logistics and Transport Convention together to demonstrate their supply chain printing innovations.