Read our latest September 2020 issue of AP now

The highly-anticipated September issue of Australian Printer is hitting desks as you read this. In line with our 70th anniversary, we celebrate the birthdays of three businesses in print – Kurz Australia, Lamson Paragon Group, and Vivad – and review the milestones that they have achieved over the years.


The Latrobe Valley Enterprises female powerhouse of Wendy Bezzina (l) and Suzanne Lewis (r)

We delve into Latrobe Valley Enterprises’ purchase of a new Durst Rho 163 TS HS traffic sign printer and how the social enterprise has opened itself up to new areas of play as a result of this budding partnership.

Latrobe Valley Enterprises has also received a wealth of new opportunities following its investment in this traffic sign printer.





Currie Group’s new strategic executive advisor Rob Mesaros

We also meet Rob Mesaros, Currie Group’s new strategic executive advisor, as he talks about his plans for the business.

Having recently joined Currie Group from HP in this newly created role of strategic executive advisor, Mesaros has huge plans for the business’ growth and says his expertise in 3D printing supports Currie Group’s strategy moving forward.



Also in this issue:

Kurz Australia celebrates its 50-year milestone

The Lamson Paragon Group celebrates 30 years in operation 

Vivad embraces evolution on its 20th birthday   

Heiko Riecken named LIA NSW Heidelberg Graduate of the Year   

Feature: All things offset  


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