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Eco Banner Mesh a ‘game-changer’ says Mesh Direct

National signage company Mesh Direct says its new, fully recyclable Eco Banner Mesh can significantly reduce the construction industry’s impact on the environment. “We are excited to be offering this new product, the first of its kind (that we know about), in the Australian market.”

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Domino-owner Brother Industries: sales up, profits down a little, print shines

Brother Industries, who owns Domino inkjet and also make direct-to-garment printers, industrial labelling printers, coding & marking equipment and MFPs, has posted encouraging results for its first quarter of the Japanese 2022-23 financial year April-June. Sales revenues were just over $2 billion in Australian dollars - a rise of 14.8% over 2021 first quarter - but profits took a slight hit, reflecting the global business costs environment. Print and inkjet were star performers.

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Fuji Xerox v Whittaker, EY & others back in Court next week

It's been a while since there has been any activity in the long-running case of Fuji Xerox against former MD Neil Whittaker, Finance Director Devlin Bell, Ernst & Young and one of its partners EA Lang. In between there has been a change of Judge presiding and case hearings have resumed.

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ASGA partners with Integrate digital trade show

“With digital signage playing a such a key role in signage today, we see this partnership as an opportunity to educate the sign industry on the latest products and trends in this space,” said ASGA president Mick Harrold. The event takes place this month in Sydney, with exhibitors including Epson, Fujifilm, Lenovo, Panasonic and Philips.

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Ricoh Q1 sales up 8% despite shortages

Ricoh said sales for the first quarter (April 1 – June 30, 2022) increased by 8.1% PCP to ¥459.3 billion ($4.9 billion AUD). “Growth and sales recovered moderately due to the continued impact of material shortages and COVID-19,” the company reported. “In the industrial printing business, sales increased due to strong sales of components mainly for sign graphics.”

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New NASCAR wraps printed on Roland TrueVIS 

Richard Childress Racing (RCR) team unveiled new wrap designs for its NASCAR Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series race cars – all printed by RCR Graphics Center wrap technicians on Roland DG TrueVIS Series wide format printer/cutters. 

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