Screen is launching a new roll-fed digital inkjet press, the Truepress Jet 560HDX, aimed at the commercial print sector,, and the latest version of its Truepress Jet digital label press.

It was at drupa 2012 that Landa first showed its nanographic printing concept; a dozen years later it is now selling presses, although not in ANZ, and will release two new versions at drupa.

Kurz will have its biggest-ever stand at this drupa, in fact 50 per cent bigger than last time, where it will show the full range of its embellishing options, including a digital embellishing system.

Heidelberg will launch its most automated press yet, the 21,000sph push-to-stop Peak Performance Heidelberg Speedmaster 106XL, at drupa in less than three weeks time.

With its new generation of cutsheet colour printers, its first inkjet B2 press, a new continuous feed inkjet, and software developments, Ricoh will have much to show at the upcoming expo.

Canon Production Print says drupa will see a host of new technologies launched on its stand, all the results of an R&D spend which is eight per cent of its total revenue.

Imaging giant Epson will be exhibiting under its 'sho sho sei' spirit of innovation mantra, which translates as precision, compact and energy saving, with a host of new developments on the stand.

The Adelaide Women in Print breakfast event is sold out, with tickets for Melbourne and Sydney also nearing sell out, as the seven-city two week series kicked off yesterday.

Visual Connections will hold post-drupa briefings dinner events in both Sydney and Melbourne in June, at which the NSW and Victorian 2024 LIA Graduate of the Year Awards presentations will also be made.

Visual Connections is putting out a call for volunteers to share their industry experience, and passion for print, with students at upcoming Careers Expos in SA and WA.

International wide-format expo Fespa Global, held in Amsterdam last month, saw 14 per cent drop in visitor numbers this year compared to last, the decrease attributed to the show's proximity to drupa.

Women in Print has revealed the venues for its Breakfast Series 2024, set to take place across Australia in seven capital cities, starting on 30 April and concluding on 8 May.

With the aim of taking away IT headaches and hardware investments for its users, specialist labels and packaging developer Hybrid Software will launch MyCloudFlow at drupa, one of a raft of new solutions.

The world's leading trade fair for printing technologies, drupa 2024, is opening its doors in just eight weeks' time, and Heidelberg will be there with its leading innovations under the motto “unfold your potential”.

Packaging technology giant Bobst will launch a new “all-in-one” folding carton press, and a new digital corrugated press at the big show next month, as its CEO called on the industry to promote a “packaging is good” message.


Fespa Global has been running this week, but with fewer numbers of ANZ print people, and without some of the leading exhibitor names, missing due to drupa, which opens in just two months.