AP July 2020 issue out now

Australian Printer’s latest July issue is a must-read. In line with our 70 anniversary, we recognise the second of a two-part series of the 70 Most Influential People in Print – people that have been identified by the industry as pioneering within Australian print.

We also see how the industry, as a whole, has and is continuing to cope with the COVID-19 situation, adopting the ‘new normal’ as it aims to go back to ‘business as usual’.

 

We look into how Mediapoint installed the Durst 512R LED printer and Durst Workflow system in the high of a pandemic. Mediapoint has further solidified its relationship with Durst by purchasing not only the Durst 512R LED five-metre roll-to-roll printer, but also the Durst Workflow system.

As a result, Mediapoint has been able to meet its increasing print capacities, in addition to achieving speed and quality of print.

 

 

 

We also look at AP’s 70 Most Influential People in Print – the second of a two-part series that recognises the 70 most pioneering and influential people that have shaped the print industry in Australia.

These individuals have been instrumental in the history of Australian print, having been leaders or are currently leaders of print businesses, as well as have been or are involved in the print industry in other forms.

 

Also in this issue:

The foundations of Aldus Group’s 70-year history

Feature: Consumables

Women in Print: Nicole Danger

Heidelberg Asia Pacific news

AP’s comprehensive guide to new presses launched  

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