Video News Latest

In the news this week: DMND onshores garment print, Momento Pro hits the skids, WA gets new display print capacity, SA print careers show, Geoff Selig memorial.

In the news this week: The budget and print, Engine acquisition boosts wide-format, New 3D opportunity, Currie celebrates 75 years.

In the news this week: Vale Geoff Selig.

In the news this week: Outdoor print stabilising, VMA urges apprenticeship survey completion, BB Print installs first StitchLiner in QLD.

In the news this week: AusPost angst, WestRock deal, NZ Print apprentices nominated, Canva staff millionaires.

In the news: CMYKhub EFI world first, printers want more from instant asset write off, wine label printers celebrate.

Apple Mac turns 40, Whakatane's $80m board boost, LIA Vic gets new leadership, Visual Impact 95% booked.

In the news this week: Drupa outlines big fortnight for print, HP releases new presses, CCP celebrates 50 years, Paper Bottles seeks printer, Coss heads WiP projects committee.

In the news this week: 100 million wine labels to return, Starleaton gets DOCA but unsecured creditors to get very little, industry events returning.

In the news this week: Zipform invests in print and mail, Eaton seeks DOCA, Appex entices printers.

In the news this week: Addressing apprentice drop out rates, Fespa gathers, Outdoor print winners, Print21 ANZ drupafest Party.

In the news this week: IVE to build folding carton business, IVE half yearlies, Abacus Visual sinks, Power of Print series ready to go, drupa just 3 months away.

In the news this week: Outdoor print spend falls, Cactus owner's profit rises, Centrum celebrates 25 years, Storm smacks into printer.

In the news this week: New workplace laws, VMA opposes muddy and confusing changes, Starleaton debts revealed.

In the news this week: Amcor profit crunch, HP drupa lines, ABG & Vivad open houses, Swimathon back, and everywhere.


READ THE LATEST ISSUE OF PRINT21 MAGAZINE ยป



In the news this week: action needed for Respect at Work, Starleaton latest, exhibitions fire up.