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Bottom up progress on climate change mitigation

Laurel Brunner discusses how sustainability has taken a prominent position amongst the customers of printers. Recently that interest has become more frequent and urgent as climate change has become more prevalent amongst political, economical and social agendas.


Toppan Forms pushing the boundaries

Toppan is pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with digital print, and improving resource management within Kodak’s sustainability framework.


The European Union and Environmental Impact Mitigation

Laurel Brunner discusses the EU's environmental policies to support an international commercial framework that governs business practises and supply chain management processes.


Process Control for wide format printing

At the recent Fespa Expo in Munich, process control was part of the Fespa Colour LAB and was included in the tour of feature. This seemed to be a new concept to many visitors. This blog with give a little more detail as to where it fits into a colour managed system and workflows.


FESPA HQ: where 'print-spiration' abounds

Shortly after joining FESPA as Technical Support Manager, Graeme Richardson-Locke kick-started a re-design of the FESPA HQ atrium. Graeme tells us more about why he wanted to create this space, and how it came to life with the help of HNS Signs and Banner Box.


Signs of the times

When FESPA’s Technical Support Manager, Graeme Richardson-Locke was tasked with redesigning the FESPA HQ atrium, he enlisted the support of two-time FESPA Award winner and FESPA UK member, HNS Signs.


Unintended consequences

The graphics industry is at the heart of the recycling industry, but when it comes to environmental accountability, how solid are its credentials? This is an impossible question to answer, but that doesn’t mean we should all give up on trying to answer it or on pursuing a green agenda.


Epic journey through desert and snow proves Drytac Polar Chrome's endurance

Drytac's VP of Business Development, Jerry Hill puts Drytac's new metallic print media to the test during an epic cross-country journey.


Processless plates the new reality

Laurel Brunner discusses the significance of processless plates in making the print industry more environmentally friendly.


ISO Standards Update

Laurel Brunner discusses how printing and environmental impact mitigation have had a long and controversial history.


Web to print, bespoke print and trade wide format print business models

Graeme Richardson-Locke visits the north of England and tours 3 different printing businesses including Route 1 Print, Team Impression and RMC Digital.


The beast that is HP Inc.

Laurel Brunner discusses HP's sustainability programmes including reducing product use GHG emissions by 30% by 2025.


European Union reclassifying papers

Laurel Brunner discusses how The EU will merge two seperate classifications for graphic paper nad newsprint paper. The rationale is that this merge will reflect scientific and market developments.


FESPA’s Colour L*A*B* to return for FESPA 2020 in Madrid

Colour L*A*B*’s colour management consultant Paul Sherfield shares what to expect from the feature at the Global Print Expo 2020 in Madrid, Spain from 24th – 27th March.


Impressions of Global Print Expo 2019

Paul Lindström shares his impressions and coverage of the Global Print Expo 2019 in part 1 of 2 blogs.


‘It’s all about ROX – Return on Experience’

FESPA's Head of Marketing, Sarah Farrell shares how the Global Print Expo 2019 has outperformed last year's show with 20,780 individual visitors, but the attendance figures were not the most important highlight of this year’s exhibition.


KLS Pureprint aims to become the world’s greenest printing company

Laurel Brunner discusses how Danish green printing company, KLS Pureprint have strong sustainability ethics based on circular thinking for technology and biology since 1997.


Graeme meets Lorenz Boegli at Atelier fuer Siebdruck in Switzerland

Graeme Richardson-Locke interviews Lorenz Boegli, the owner of Atelier fuer Siebdruck and student of Michel Caza. Lorenz demonstrates a command of screen printing that places him among the very best in the world.


Graeme interviews Michel Caza, founding father and former President of FESPA

Graeme Richardson-Locke visits Brighton to interview Michel Caza. Michel shares his views on screen and digital printing and the opportunities available for promoting these printing processes.


Graeme visits the FESPA Sweden Association

Graeme Richardson-Locke visits the FESPA Sweden Association at their Annual General Meeting where he spoke about FESPA’s Colour Champion Workshop and its benefits for digital and screen-printing companies.


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