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Press manufacturing giant Heidelberg is set to deliver autonomous printing, with its new cloud-based Prinect Direct workflow, which promises far-reaching consequences for the way print is produced.
Canon Australia has launched a brand-new cut-sheet digital colour press, the imagePress V1000, which it says is designed to overcome the day-to-day production challenges.
A new initiative, Print Against War, is calling upon the world's print and packaging companies, and suppliers, to join forces to support printers in Ukraine during this incredibly difficult time.
Trade POS, display and large format operation Centrum Printing has appointed Craig Elvin as its CEO, with the new man saying the company is well set to meet surging on-shoring demand.
Rod Hambley, owner of Minuteman Press Welshpool, says his decision to acquire local independent print shop, Images on Paper, last year, has resulted in record sales, and continued growth.
Finishing equipment manufacturer, A B Graphic International (ABG), has launched the next evolution of its Omega SRI high performance slitting, rewinding and inspection label finishing system.
One of the country’s biggest independent print groups, AAB, which owns Pegasus Print and SOS Print + Media, has appointed industry leader Kevin Slaven as its new CEO.
Negotiations by The Real Media Collective have achieved a 20 per cent discount from Australia Post with its New User Addressed Promotional Mail Rebate offer for new mail users.
The first in this year’s Women in Print Breakfast Series kicked off in Brisbane yesterday, with Melbourne happening this morning, and three more capital city events set for next week.
Global digital flexible packaging phenomenon ePac opened its new $10m Australian site today, the latest in its growing list of facilities it has built around the world in the last six years.
Wendy Mulholland from Kwik Kopy Tuggerah took out the title of Franchise of the Year 2022, just four years after buying the franchise. The awards were held during the annual Kwik Kopy conference.
The industry's big print show PacPrint will open its doors in just two months' time, with Melbourne set to welcome several thousand print business owners and managers for the first time in five years. Long-time exhibitors will be joined by some new names.
The two major print associations aim to form one "super industry body", in what the protagonists say is a "call to arms" to the print industry to come together and "build the strongest industry we've ever been".
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Learning to think differently, and to pitch new ideas constructively, were key messages at the Women in Print Breakfast Series which have been running to large numbers all month. Print21 attended the Sydney event.
Print21 publisher Lindy Hughson moderated two conference sessions at major trade show IPACK-IMA in Milan last week, as part of the Packaging Speaks Green conference which ran alongside the expo.
LIA Victoria took part in the 25th Annual Awards Festival held by Holmesglen TAFE, providing the prize for the most outstanding third Year Apprentice in Printing Trades to Tan Pham, from Andrew Kohn.
Putting a dollar figure on a business in times of pandemic stress is complicated. Old methods no longer apply when buyers have to gauge how much scope the business has to bounce back to previous revenue levels. Richard Rasmussen looks at the issues.
The judging for the 2022 Printing Industry Creativity Awards (PICAs) and the 39th National Print Awards has been completed, with all eyes now focused on the awards night, set for 30 June during PacPrint.
Michael Schulz, general manager of The SOS Print + Media Group, has joined The Real Media Collective Sleepout team for this year, to support its efforts to raise money for Vinnies.
Two Sides has successfully challenged 880 organisations from sending greenwashing messages to customers, forcing them to stop making misleading anti-paper claims.
Stephen Pratt, managing director of Kurz ANZ, tells Labels21 how brand owners can move their labels into the fast lane with the help of advanced, sustainable decoration solutions.
Global wide format expo Fespa is set to take place in three weeks’ time in Berlin, with virtually all Covid restrictions just removed by the German government.
Morag Pugh, from QLM Label Makers, is the new Queensland Patron for industry association Women in Print, replacing Susan Heaney, who recently stepped down from the role.
At PacPrint, printIQ will be presenting its latest release, printIQ v44, and a new product, printIQ SBE (Small Business Edition), with visitors seeing the results of increased R+D that took place during Covid.
Surging growth at global packaging print giant Amcor saw it achieve a 16 per cent rise in sales revenue in the third quarter, with the company's sales result for the first nine months of the year topping US$10bn, as all its figures beat estimates.
The expertise of Starleaton in print and other sectors will be on show at PacPrint, where it says printers are set to benefit from sustainable solutions that are world’s best practice in advanced manufacturing.
Xeikon has introduced gold and silver metallic toners for its Xeikon Cheetah 2.0 Series, in line with the company’s strategy to focus on the label industry, and develop application-tuned solutions.
Australian Sign & Graphics Association has scheduled a free webinar on training and education on 12 May, with the webinar to be run as a panel discussion and Q&A, moderated by Vernon Kingman.
Registration is open for the 2022 Women in Print Breakfast Series, with patrons across the country expecting good numbers for the event, which takes place in five capital cities over the next two weeks.
Konica Minolta is celebrating its 1000th installation for its AccurioLabel toner digital printing press, which comes seven years after entering the labels market, and two years after the 500th model went in.
New Zealand’s Top 10 print apprentices for 2022 have been unveiled by PrintNZ alongside its training arm Competenz/Te Pūkenga. The Top 5 will be announced at a Training Graduation Ceremony on 17 May, with the presentation to the winner at Pride in Print a month later.