Courtney Group has signed a $2.5m deal at PrintEx with Currie Group for a major production upgrade for its Melbourne print centre. The deal is the biggest inked at PrintEx this week. Read more
Walter Kuhn, CEO of Kuhn Corp, has signed a deal to purchase the Ricoh Pro C7210x digital press at PrintEx.
Pact Group has taken a pounding on the ASX with its stock price dropping 17 per cent on the back of poor results which saw its net profit after tax drop by 18 per cent to $77m.
Charles Batt, owner of MBE Parramatta, has purchased a new Fuji Xerox Iridesse Production Press on the Fuji Xerox stand at PrintEx.
Minimum operator input is the go on the Currie Group stand when it comes to its finishing equipment, which includes a host of new launches from Horizon, such as the new Horizon Stitchliner III.
Ricoh has brought its new Inkerching philosophy to stand D18 at PrintEx, which it explains as a focus on provding printers with the money making opportunities, and is leveraging its technology into new solutions to do so.
Epson is launching a host of new printers on stand C18 under the banner of "We do the print, you do the business", and leveraging its Precision Core technology across a range of applications.
Mutoh used the show to launch its new XpertJet range, which will succeed its long running ValueJet eco-solvent printers.
EFI is exhibiting the h3 hybrid LED inkjet printer, which it bills as its most advanced yet, on stand D7 at PrintEx.
HP is in the digital garment printing business, launching its new Stitch S series inkjet textile printers to stand C25 at PrintEx.
PrintEx platinum sponsor Roland DG has brought three new products, launched just this year, to stand A28, along with a host of existing award-winning print solutions.
Textile print giant Kornit Digital will bring a new solution for industrial polyester print to its sales and service partner Kissel + Wolf’s stand, number H37.
The Massivit 1500 Exploration 3D printer, supplied in Australia by Stick-on-Signs, features on Graphic Art Mart’s stand L28 at PrintEx.
Full year results for packaging giant Orora released this morning show underlying net profit after tax (NPAT) up 4 per cent to $217m, earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) 3.7 per cent higher to $335.2m.
Sign makers have been warned to keep abreast of fire safety standards and certification requirements in a forum at PrintEx.