MCC buys in-mould labelling company Herrods
The move paves the way for MCC to expand its in-mould labelling network to create new footholds for the company in the Asia Pacific region
Durst's printers and Fotoba cutting systems can now work seamlessly together thanks to a new buffer system developed by Fotoba2 days ago | by Sheree Young
Both companies are said to enrich virtual.drupa with their impressive spectrum of innovative digital printing technologies and broad range of applications2 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
As seen in the February issue of ProPrint, Next Printing has placed environmental sustainability at its core since its inception 16 years ago2 days ago | by Peter Kohn
The company is now valued at US$15b and has surpassed US$500m in revenues this year2 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
Provides a sneak peek into the technologies that will be on show in the areas of hot stamping, cold transfer, digital transfer, workflow solutions, brand protection and sustainability2 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
The official launch follows the company's recent name change in Australia with the new site in Richmond bringing under one roof all local business subsidiaries2 days ago | by Hafizah Osman
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’.
As seen in the February issue of ProPrint, Bright Print Group's sustainability goals go beyond machinery and consumables to also be reflected in the company's attitudes to tradespeople and staff
Neil Mulveney built the successful business of Champion Press in the '50s, which was eventually sold to Hannanprint in February 1987
As seen in the February issue of ProPrint, Impact International has further backed its environmental credentials by buying a forest which clients can use to offset carbon