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APTech, Caslon agree to transfer of PODi assets

Reston, VA— The Association for PRINT Technologies (APTech) and Caslon announced today that APTech will receive all of the content assets from PODi. APTech will determine a path forward after a thorough review of what has been transferred. Caslon has provided management of PODi since 1996.

APTech has been in the process of transforming into an organization that is focused on the future of print and serving and supporting those who print. The decision to take on the management of the PODi assets is strategic in nature to support the print community.

“We want to thank PODi leadership for the significant contributions of relevant industry content that they have developed and made available for almost 25 years”, said Thayer Long, president, APTech. “This research helped transform the industry and bring about the digital age.”

APTech leadership is currently reviewing the inventory of content to determine the best path forward to effectively provide the existing research to the print community.

“We appreciate APTech taking on responsibility and management of the PODi portfolio of assets”, said Dave Erlandson, General Manager, Caslon. “This transfer will benefit everyone as the content will remain accessible going into the future.”

About the Association for PRINT Technologies (APTech)

The Association for PRINT Technologies provides a forum to inspire the development of new and valuable print products. We educate, provide market research, and foster collaboration between those who create and those who imagine. We are the industry association entirely focused on the future of print. Our members are the creative minds that love to innovate, and the leaders who stand ready to create the future. We exist to facilitate the evolution of physical experiences in our increasingly digital world. For complete information about the Association, its programs, and its member companies, visit: or phone: 703/264-7200.


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