Lightning Print enters e-book manufacturing business

Letts, Mike
June 2000
Seybold Report on Internet Publishing;Jun2000, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p18
Informs that Lighting Print, an Ingram Industries Inc. subsidiary that makes printed books on demand, announced plans to enter the e-book business as a manufacturing and fulfillment house that will serve a variety of publishers and retailers. Renaming into Lightning Scope to reflect new, wider scope; Acquisition of conversion expertise; Digital library; Infrastructure boosting plans.


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