The world’s biggest print show drupa is open for business, with tickets on sale from today for the mammoth show, which takes place next June 16-26 in Dusseldorf.
Digital nano press developer Landa is expanding its production facilities, and is building a new 4000sqm building in Israel as it prepares for its post-drupa sales push.
Debts at liquidated Melbourne print business are in excess of $2m, with $1.15m owed to unsecured creditors, $765,000 owing on a debenture over the company's assets, and $225,000 to preferential creditors.
Outdoor media giant oOh! is launching a new data science technology SmartReach, which it says will offer advertisers more bang for their buck, work with both classic (print) and digital signage, and drive growth in the outdoor market.
More than 5000 visitors turned out for this year's PrintEx show at Sydney Showground, with millions in sales made at the four-day event.
The annual Food & Drink Business + PKN Packaging News LIVE event is coming up on 11 October. Join us for a breakfast forum from 7.30–11.00am to hear about what it takes for a brand to behave bravely.
The 40th anniversary edition of Labelexpo is set to be the biggest yet, with 600 exhibitors booked in for the four day show taking place in Brussels at the end of the month.
EFI is hosting a live webinar next week which focuses on new opportunities in hybrid wide format printing.
The world’s biggest press manufacturer Heidelberg has started another 99 new trainees at its four sites in Germany, with a digital focus for the industry newcomers.
Australia Post will increase unaddressed mail prices from the end of September, and has applied to increase the base postage rate by 10 cents from January.
The current furore over packaging often overrides the reality that sustainability issues may be complex; however, Australia has great minds working on it, guests heard at the inaugural Global Table forum in Melbourne this week.
Label industry veteran Chris Moretto has started a new label printing business, Graphic Labels, six years after moving to Sydney from Toulouse in France. Moretto is targeting the food and chemical industries for his new venture.
Mark Shergill's Focus Press has bought the customer list and most of the equipment of collapsed Sydney print business Reactiv, and brought over half a dozen of the 20 staff.
Leading end-to-end industry solutions supplier Starleaton is sponsoring the Ballarat International Foto Biennale which is currently running, and has produced a stunning outdoor graphic on its Alumigraphics material to light up the show.
Roland DG is launching a new 30” UV flatbed benchtop printer that it says will print high quality images onto a range of both rigid and flexible materials – such as leather and fabric – for realistic effect images.