Detmold Group is switching to solar energy, with its Regency Park facility the first of its plants to go live, the company joining a growing number of print and packaging operations moving to sun power. Read more
All of Peter Wagener’s display print companies will be back up and running on Monday, from new premises, after a turbulent few weeks for the national supplier, which has yet to see several issues resolved.
The proposed Australia Post Business Mail price increase, of up to 20.6 per cent, which was due to be effective from 1 January, has been held up by the ACCC, with rejection now a possibility.
Ball & Doggett has added a new product range to its portfolio, Essential Packaging, comprising secondary and tertiary packaging materials used in warehousing and logistics applications.
Press giant Heidelberg has a new Customer Portal, which consolidates all Heidelberg apps into just one centralised platform, and introduces additional features through Print Shop Analytics.
The Asga Sign & Graphics Awards will back for 2024, with the association asking sign, display, wide-format and graphics businesses to start gathering their best work.
Opal has opened its new $140m, high-tech, corrugated cardboard packaging facility, which has the capacity to produce 400 tonnes of flexo printed and finished corrugated boxes every day.
Australian label printing company, Label Power, is a finalist in the 2023 Digital Printer Awards, nominated for its labels for a range of six Salty Captain cleaning products.
Visual Connections has reported on a successful year at its Annual General Meeting held last night at The Winery in Surrey Hills, Sydney, followed by an end of year member meeting.
In the news this week: Wagener businesses set to return, Detmold goes solar, Signarama wide-format boost.
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