The New Zealand Sign & Display Association (NZSDA) is offering its members an introductory offer to sign up employees to the association’s new Signee training initiative.
MUTOH Industries Ltd. a leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers, affiliated with Mutoh Holdings Co Ltd., has announced the launch of two new high-quality and high productivity eco-solvent printers: “XpertJet 1682SR and XpertJet1641SR.”
Queensland-based supplier Sign Essentials will demonstrate a range of its highly regarded products at PrintEx19 at Sydney Olympic Park next month, including iECHO’s flagship BK3 flatbed cutting device.
Paper manufacturer Australian Paper and waste management company SUEZ project have appointed Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) – Japan’s second largest bank – as financial advisor for their $600 million Energy from Waste (EfW) facility in the Latrobe Valley.
Is your company name also a registered trademark? It should be if you want total protection, particularly when litigious US-backed lawyers go on the prowl.
Ricoh Australia’s push into wide format proper will take place on stand D18 at PrintEx in August. Having just missed the cut for Visual Impact last year, the US$18 billion imaging and workplace solutions Japanese giant has spent time carefully refining its wide format offering, which will be presented on its 180 m2 display at the heart of PrintEx.
Ricoh has announced an agreement to acquire DocuWare, a leading provider of document management and workflow automation software to over 12,000 customers in more than 90 countries across the globe.
Print technology manufacturer Kyocera Document Solutions has acquired Sydney-based information and communications tech provider Huon IT as it seeks a larger share of the Australian market.
Konica Minolta Australia has appointed industry veteran Jamie Weller as its new sales specialist to look after Industrial Print operations across Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.
Out-of-home advertising giant JCDecaux has secured a lucrative ten-year deal for external roadside signage at Scentre Group’s 41 Westfield shopping centres across Australia and New Zealand.
It’s business as usual for newly-acquired Spicers, which is promising a “smorgasbord of innovative and environmentally-conscious media solutions” at next month’s PrintEx that the company says will close the loop by offering a single source of supply for products, expertise and sustainable solutions.
The growing demand for large format printers for home furnishing & decor and vehicle wrap applications is creating “huge growth opportunities for the players in the large format printer market,” according to a new report by researcher MarketsandMarkets.
The leading trade show for the Australian printing, sign and graphic communications industry is now just five weeks away and organisers are offering those who pre-register a chance to win a trip for two to drupa 2020 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions has appointed sign & graphics industry supplier Decrastrip as a new New Zealand distributor for its range of architecture and automotive solar and safety window films.
News is starting to filter in from PrintEx exhibitors, and there will be plenty of new technologies and consumables on show – Melbourne-based wide format supplier Photo Direct says its stand will showcase HP’s award-winning Satin Canvas made from recycled water bottles.
“We have witnessed a substantial rise of plastic waste and we are faced with an urgent question: how to manage plastic waste sensibly?” say the organisers of K 2019, the leading trade show for the plastics and rubber industry to be held in Düsseldorf, Germany in October. Exhibitors include major industry suppliers 3A Composites, Dow and DuPont.
Queensland’s Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni this week called on the Commonwealth Government to ‘protect Australians’ and introduce an importation ban on all aluminium composite panels with a PE core.
The Federal Court of Australia has approved a $147.6 million ‘scheme of arrangement’ for the sale of paper company and wide format supplier Spicers, formerly PaperlinX, to Tokyo-based global paper giant Kokusai Pulp & Paper Co (KPP).
After agreeing to tighten pollution controls, Australian Paper has been reissued a Works Approval notice for its proposed $600 million Energy from Waste (EfW) plant to be located at its Maryvale mill in the Latrobe Valley. The project was suspended earlier this year following an appeal by local environmental groups.
Sydney developer/manufacturer Impression Technology says its new DGT Digital G4 DTG printer has ‘exceeded all expectations’ in Europe, with 28 units shipped since its official launch at FESPA Munich in May this year.
In a surprise departure from the current Australian outdoor industry norm, leading global out-of-home (OOH) advertiser JCDecaux is reducing the number of advertisers displayed on its large format digital billboards in Australia and New Zealand from ten to six.