August 31, 2016 – Hunt Valley, MD – MIT Press Journals has chosen Sheridan as its primary journal production and management partner.
The MIT Press publishes over 30 scholarly journals, produced on Sheridan’s offset or digital print platforms. Sheridan also provides full service back issue fulfillment and warehousing for The MIT Press’s journal titles.
Rachel Besen, MIT Press Journals Editorial and Production Manager, commented on the move to Sheridan as MITP’s primary journals production partner, “In addition to helping the Press reduce manufacturing, distribution, and warehousing expenses, this arrangement cements our relationship with Sheridan as a long-trusted business partner.”
Paul Bozuwa, Sheridan Chief Sales Officer remarked, “Sheridan is constantly working to develop solutions that fit the current and future needs of prominent scholarly journal publishers like MITP. We are pleased to have earned the trust of the MIT Press through our work together, and we are enthusiastic about this expansion of the relationship.”
About The MIT Press – The MIT Press is a mission-driven, nonprofit university press devoted to the widest dissemination of its content. It was founded in 1962, and formed its Journals division a decade later by launching its first two quarterlies, The Journal of Interdisciplinary History and Linguistic Inquiry (both titles still a part of its program). Today, the MIT Press publishes over thirty journals in a variety of disciplines, including science and technology, the arts and humanities, economics, international affairs, history, and political science. Its growing open access program, with three new journals launching in 2017, reflects the Press’s commitment to both exploring new publishing technologies and expanding its global reach.
About Sheridan – Sheridan is a leading provider of print, publishing services and technology solutions to publishers, associations, university presses, and catalogers. With four U.S. based-production facilities, each location has a market specialty that supports STM and commercial reprints, scholarly journals, magazines, catalogs, or books. www.sheridan.com.