The November issue of Australian Printer for 2021 is out now and on its way to mailboxes across the country.
The magazine contains all the details on RMGT’s largest order to date in China for its 9-series range of presses and the uptake of them locally, available through Cyber Australia. RMGT’s growth continues because of the profitability of its users.
We also take a closer look at the winners of the recent National Print Awards (NPAs) and the remaining state winners at the Printing Industry Creativity Awards (PICAs). The glittering presentation dinner saw Carbon8 from NSW crowned as the night’s biggest winner with four gold awards and a bronze award, while Styleprint took home three gold awards and two bronze awards
We hope you enjoy this issue of AP.
The RMGT 9-series: the most profitable press range
RMGT recently received its largest order in history, in China, for its 9-series range of presses and the company’s growth continues as a result of the profitability of its users.
Best in print awarded at the 38th National Print Awards
Carbon8 from NSW was crowned as the night’s biggest winner with four gold awards and a bronze award, while Styleprint from Victoria closely followed suit.
Also in this issue:
All the winners and grinners at the remaining PICAs
People in Print: Grand Print Services’ James Sultana
Women in Print: The women behind the Museum of Printing
Thought leadership around the topic of consumables
Gallery: ASGA and FESPA HP Awards for Excellence
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