Corel and YouSendit have partnered to provide CorelDRAW users with an easy-to-use file transfer service that will greatly enhance their productivity.
Printing Industries Work Skills Development project (WSD) to trial new training solutions aimed at overcoming the skills shortage has been launched via five industry companies. The companies will receive free skills audits of their existing workforce; a skills needs analysis to identify those areas of shortage / skills improvements which will assist the business and the industry; program implementation assistance and mentoring of the agreed trial solution.
Applications are now being received for the 2008 GAMAA Leadership Programme - Scholarships. Scholarships are open to all individuals working in the graphic media and printing technologies industry who have the support of their employer and can meet the academic requirements of entry.
George Fourie, founder of the Triga Display System is proud to confirm the opening of an office in Brisbane. The office will service customers across both Australia and New Zealand.
The Sign Show 2008 will be held during September 2-4, 2008 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, UK and will hope to attract sign makers from across the UK to the inaugural event.
FESPA has again furthered its international reach by welcoming the Japanese Screen Printers Association (JSPA) to the organisation as an Associate Member, with immediate effect.
Roland DGA Corporation (USA) announced that it will aggressively contest and pursue all options against a patent infringement suit filed by Gerber Scientific Products.
"After the huge success of the Aurora Graphics GT car wrap at Visual Impact/Image Expo in Sydney, Australian Visual Solutions (AVS) will now be touring the country sharing such an outstanding vehicle wrap with our customers", said Cameron Sutherland of AVS.
It is being reported in the US that Gerber Scientific Inc. has filed a patent infringement suit against Roland DGA Corporation.
In a unique community effort, the US based SGIA organisation is coordinating with volunteer member companies and affiliates to install large-format graphics in construction areas along a major artery in downtown New Orleans.
Training for the printing industry will be under the spotlight when Southbank Institute of Technology’s Queensland School of Printing and Graphic Arts (QSPGA) stages its open day on Wednesday, 8 August.
Leading Australian manufacturer of Imageboard®, Impact Plastics, has just announced the appointment of Halifax Vogel Group as their exclusive Australian distributor further strengthening HVG’s ability to service the graphics market throughout Australia.
A US study has shown that digital billboards do not represent a traffic hazard.
Mutoh has unveiled it's new cutting plotter, called the SC-PRO 1650.
The sheer size of the Chinese market and its red-hot economy combine to make it one of the most exciting global markets for wide format printing systems. The printing industry in China is growing at a much higher rate than more mature economies such as North America, Japan, or Western Europe. This growth presents significant opportunities as well as threats for vendors and service providers.
A new Signwave sign and graphics centre has opened at Unit 5, 1 Longfellow Court in the suburb of Belmont under the ownership of Jim Strang. Using state-of-the-art technology to produce signs and graphic solutions for businesses of all types on a quick turnaround basis, this is the first Signwave centre located in Western Australia, and brings the country-wide total of Signwave centres to 19.
The digital revolution is creating a fundamental need to think differently about how we do business. Traditional recipes and mindsets for success may well be paths to failure if we continue using them.
Printing Industries has introduced a new service to help printing companies affected by the skills shortage to recruit skilled workers from overseas for temporary positions.
Epson, having pioneered and conquered the photographic reproduction world with their smaller range of printers are now setting their sights on the print for pay market with their first 64 inch model. This was one of several new product announcements made today by Epson across the world.
While Agfa Graphic's :M-Press and :Dotrix industrial inkjet printers are still in their early stages of release to the marketplace, they are generating as much local interest as they have in Europe.