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Mutoh suspends exports to Russia & Belarus, HP ups donation

Joining several supply companies who have embargoed doing business with Russia, wide format printer manufacturer Mutoh has suspended exports to Russia & Belarus over deep concern about its conduct in the invasion of Ukraine. Also, the HP Foundation is donating a further US$3 million for humanitarion relief.

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Fujifilm invests $28m in aqueous inkjet production

Fujifilm is investing $28 million to add a new facility to its Imaging Colorants facility in Delaware, USA, which will double Fujifilm’s production of aqueous inkjet dispersions in the U.S. to cater to the fast-growing global demand for inkjet printing. 

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FESPA Berlin to highlight Sustainability, Décor , Wrapping

FESPA's Global Print Expo is just eight weeks away, in Berlin Germany. In its latest news, Sustainability is elevated to a major theme, the Printeriors décor  area has been expanded and the World Wrap Masters contest is on again. Even the Sustainability stand is build of recyclable Re-board materials, widely used in Australia.

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Matthew Penfold to speak at Franchise Expo

Kwik Kopy Chairman Matthew Penfold will address the Melbourne Franchise Expo Conference this week, at the same place that will host PacPrint in June. The Franchise Expo, April 1-2, is for all types of franchises and is well represented for print and sign businesses, with several being members and exhibitors.

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ASGA focuses on career expos to promote sign industry

With new data showing a significant jump in NSW sign & graphics apprenticeships over the past year - both commencements and completions - the Australian Sign & Graphics Association (ASGA) has teamed up with AusSIP to lift the profile of the industry at career expos around the country. Also, last call for TAFE briefing sessions this Weds.

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Paper shortage threatens global print industry: WPCF

The World Print & Communication Forum (WPCF) has warned that current paper shortages will have severe repercussions in the global supply of print products and endangers the rebound of the graphic industry after the pandemic. WPCF member Walter Kuhn, former president of the PVCA, says Australian paper manufacturers and importers have taken steps to secure sufficient stocks but constant price increases are 'the greater issue.'

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