Changes in freight and shipping costs to impact industry
The increase in freight and shipping costs is causing disruptions to the print industry, especially when consumables, paper, board and other materials are involved
The printing industry's leaders spoke from the heart at the ProPrint Power 50 last week, read this story to see what they had to say about the industry and its resilience in what has been an extremely difficult year13 hours ago | by Sheree Young
The 24-inch SureColor T3160M and 36-inch SureColor T5160M wide-format multi-function presses aim to deliver high-speed technical and graphics printing12 hours ago | by Hafizah Osman
Hogarth wins best use of multi-format while Cactus Imaging receives a honourable mention within the same category of the OMA Creative Collection competition12 hours ago | by Hafizah Osman
The company is in voluntary administration as a result of the sports signage supplier losing more than $1 million in signage work this year due to COVID-1912 hours ago | by Hafizah Osman
There has been much debate over offset versus digital, but there is a place for both print forms within the industry, according to IVE print NSW general manager Simon Bailey12 hours ago | by Hafizah Osman
Jet Technologies celebrates 40 years of service, innovation, and expertise in the Australian and global industrial printing and packaging industries this year12 hours ago | by Hafizah Osman
The Australian Sign & Graphics Association is holding a webinar on Thursday December 10 to help signage operators understand the risks and liabilities of sub-contracting14 hours ago | by Sheree Young
There is not enough visibility of women that are doing amazing things in the printing industry and that is something that they should take control of. It’s not about getting a seat at a man’s table, it’s about creating our own table. [Women] have to be their own power source.
With many commercial print enterprises now running digital print lines as an auxiliary to their main offset business, questions of efficiencies in other areas loom large – particularly in the bindery.
I remain forever amused that the ATO, sent a print postcard in 2014 with a cartoon dinosaur on the front and a statement ‘Print is Extinct’.
Pool has dedicated his life to print but his family says his true expression of love is shown through his cooking and device-free dinner conversation
Brother and sister duo Debbie Burgess and John Bright made their seventh acquisition this year and used their pragmatic approach to keep a crucial bindery operating
The COVID pandemic has turned the business-to-business printing and finishing sector on its head, but visionaries see a dynamic future in Australia.