Australian Printer’s latest issue is one not to be missed. We keep to the theme of our 70 anniversary in showcasing AP’s rich history, as well as identifying the people and events that have shaped the industry.
We also determine the challenges of the effects of COVID-19 and the pressures that it has placed on the industry, but more importantly, what the industry is doing to create opportunities, add value, and build on their business continuity.
We delve into EFI’s installation of its VUTEk 5r+ for new customer, Omnigraphics Australia. EFI has enabled the business with its stellar service standards and printer that boasts better production speeds.
As a result, Omnigraphics Australia has been able to expand into new markets that it was previously unable to tap into, in addition to other benefits.
We also look at AP’s 70 Most Influential People in Print – the first 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:
Rediscovering the joy of printing with Cyber
Feature: Adding value in print
Women in Print: The ladies of QLM Label Makers’ Melbourne facility
Heidelberg Asia Pacific news
AP’s comprehensive guide to new presses launched
We hope you enjoy this issue of AP.
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