Sign & Display

Major media manufacturer Orafol is promoting the twin themes of sustainability and flexibility on its booth, with PVC-free materials and easy applications being presented to show visitors.

The new EFI Pro 30h 3.2m wide hybrid flatbed/roll-fed LED production printer is on the company's booth, and will be shown at PacPrint. The entry-level system is designed to print a wide variety of applications.

Neschen is focused on the continuous expansion of its PVC-free range with PP and PET products and paper-based solutions, with the company, represented by Starleaton in ANZ, going all-out green.

Sign and display print and fabric printing are front and centre of the Roland DG stand, with the company aiming to show visitors to Fespa it has flexible solutions for different applications.

Tucked away at Fespa is the booth of Swedish company Re-board, whose products are available in Australia through HVG and Spicers, offering a paper-based green alternative for sign and display printers.

The Zünd exhibit is illustrating how smart production automation offers savings potential even for smaller graphics manufacturers, for instance by eliminating the potential for errors.

Newly formed eProductivity Software has industry experts on hand to discuss the company’s production optimisation capabilities, which it says are purpose-built for print and packaging converters.

Media manufacturer Hexis had its entire booth – floor, walls, tables – all printed with its wide range of media, as the company aimed to show print businesses where new opportunities are to be found.

Canon is premiering three new wide-format print systems on its booth, which is running under its Make It Big theme, as the company presents carefully considered growth opportunities to print businesses.

Platinum sponsor for Fespa Global is Durst, and it has the largest stand, on which it is premiering its new P5 five-metre super-wide printing system, and showing its P5 350 with its speed doubled.

Epson has a host of solutions on its Fespa booth, all aimed at giving new opportunities for print businesses, offering them end-to-end technologies to enter new markets for whatever size of business they are.

Fujifilm is presenting its all-new Acuity wide format range, launching several new models under a concept the company is calling ‘Blueprint Live’, including the Acuity Prime and Acuity Ultra R2.

Ball & Doggett is adding to its experienced Sign, Display & Digital team, with the appointment of James Merhab in its Sydney office, and Marisa Smyrneos in Adelaide.

Currie Group has been accredited as the first EFI Fiery for Display Graphics Premier Partner in Australia & New Zealand. As part of the programme, Currie Group was required to complete sales and technical training for the entire line-up of Fiery display graphics products.

The Outdoor Media Association has seen a quartet of wide format printers win in its latest awards round, with Cactus, Grand Print, GSP and Print Effect all taking gongs.

Cameron Harris, managing director of Total Supply New Zealand, has signed a deal in conjunction with Stick-on-Signs to distribute the Dimense 3D one pass print and emboss technology in New Zealand.