Sign & Display

Central Coast based print service provider, Signarama, says that since introducing the HP Latex 800W to its business has experienced a 25 per cent revenue increase and business growth.

The Fespa Global wide-format expo, set for the end of March in Amsterdam, will have an Australia-New Zealand get together on the Wednesday of the show.

Melbourne’s Tiger Corp has become Australia’s first user of the new Mutoh 1462UF flatbed printer, installed to improve the company’s competitiveness and production.

TMA Group of Companies has acquired Presfast – the retail display print business that went into voluntary administration last month – in order to extend its in-house print capabilities.

Currie Group’s Sign & Display By Appointment wide-format event in Sydney has kicked off, with the fully booked out event running for three days in the new look Currie Group Demonstration Centre.

Cactus Imaging owner oOh! Media is using a new Aussie-made fully recyclable billboard fabric, Ecobanner, for extra-large sites, and those liable to experience high wind situations.

Print21 editor-at-large Patrick Howard took time at trade show Visual Impact to check out the latest in cutting technology for the die format print world, and discovered it is a hotbed of innovation.

The owner of Sydney POP print operation Presfast says he put it in voluntary administration, and up for sale, because a change of strategy at its main client saw a switch from a local, direct relationship, to a global aggregator model.

The amount of print produced for the billion dollar out-of-home sector has fallen, with a 12 per cent downturn in the third quarter, compared with the same period last year, as digital outdoor surges.

Fespa has published the headline findings of its 2023 Print Census, highlighting rising sustainability demands, and evolving customer requirements, on business models and investment plans.

HP is launching a new 36-inch DesignJet portfolio, that it says simplifies the printing needs of AEC professionals who increasingly work in a hybrid environment.

Wide-format printing is destined to grow, with technology enabling a rapid expansion of applications, meaning more opportunities for print businesses to find and work in lucrative niches.

New Mutoh dealer, Graphic Arts Supplies in South Australia, is hosting a two-day Mutoh open house on Wednesday and Thursday this week, highlighting multiple applicaitons from two print systems.

Fespa Australia has selected twelve candidates for this year’s Future Leaders Program, the second time the trade association has run the programme.

Two friends from country NSW, Andy Fryer and Adam Parnell, have shaken up the sign industry, by giving customers what they want – an easy, fast sign buying experience.


Material science company Avery Dennison has added a gloss version to its Obsidian Black range of Supreme Wrapping Films, and launched a $60,000 competition to promote the new film.