The latest issue of industry leading magazine Print21 has just been printed and is at the mailing house, set to arrive on the desks of the nation's printers this week.
Print21 is the biggest magazine in the industry, with more pages, more stories, and more advertisers than any other industry publication.
Wayne Robinson, editor of Print21 said, "The whole team is proud of the latest issue, it is packed with great feature content that provides insight, understanding and analyis that is simply not available anywhere else. Print business owners and managers will all benefit from reading this issue."
Features include the latest developments in essential software - workflow and MIS. It also includes a review of all the latest developments from wide format trade show Fespa, and a major feature on digital textile printing opportunities. Inplant printing centres and the technology they are using are under the spotlight. We look at the latest developments in the world of paper, with a focus on Spicers as it enters new ownership, and a look at the latest Ball & Doggett recycled product made from used coffee cups.
There is a major feature on Currie Group, known to almost everyone in the industry as it celebrates its 70th anniversary, with chairman David Currie celebrating his 50th year in print.
The issue takes a look at Seen Technologies, which is running a Massivit 3D printer, and at Adelaide outfit Digital Print Australia and its experience with its new Fuji Xerox Iridesse. We talk to CMYKhub which is running its own cadet training programme, look at Melbourne's pre-cut label producer Label Line, and get the lowdown from Bottcher now it has moved into new factory and brought Brissett Rollers into the fold.
Full coverage of the Kiwi Pride in Print Awards is in the magaizne, which also has regular columnists PIAA CEO Andrew Macaulay and PrintNZ CEO Ruth Cobb, as well as customer experience expert Scott Telfer.
For those that can't wait for the printed magazine to arrive, it is now available as a digital issue on the Print21 news website.