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Advanced Functional and Industrial Printing Conference 2019 part 2

Graeme Richardson-Locke continues in part 2 of his blog to describe his experience at ESMA’s AFIP 2019 conference in Dusseldorf.

23/04/2019
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Sustainable coffee cups getting more sustainable

Xeikon announced that it is partnering with Kotkamills, a Finnish company which develops repulpable, recyclable and renewable paperboards for packaging and food service applications.

18/04/2019
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Advanced Functional and Industrial Printing Conference 2019 part 1

Graeme Richardson-Locke attends the AFIP 19, Advanced Functional & Industrial Printing Conference organised by ESMA and located at their usual venue in Dusseldorf.

17/04/2019
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Direct-to-Garment Printing: An Explosion of Possibilities

OmniPrint's CEO, Victor Pena discusses the current market landscape of direct to garment printing and how it is currently changing.

16/04/2019
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The global sustainability index

Corporate Knights, the magazine for clean capitalism is a Canadian research and publishing company dedicated to reporting on sustainable capitalism.

08/04/2019
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Is it time to think bigger with ecolabelling?

Laurel Brunner discusses the growing importance of ecolabelling plastic waste in the graphics industry.

27/03/2019
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The paper industry is still falling behind

Laurel Brunner discusses the decline in the paper business and how it must embrace change and address the uncertainty of its reactions to digital printing.

19/03/2019
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Sustainability by design

Laurel Brunner discusses how brands can improve their environmental impact by creating sustainable designs.

28/02/2019
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Colour management policies for clients

Paul Sherfield discusses the next step in colour assurance and client satisfaction.

25/02/2019
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SZSDT’s textile workshop takes place at KASI training centre in Bratislava

Graeme Richardson-Locke shares his experience of attending FESPA’s Slovakian Association, SZSDT’s two-day textile workship in Bratislava that focused on techniques for printing on garments.

22/02/2019
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A bold new future for digitally printing textiles

Laurel Brunner discusses digital printing manufacturers’ keen interest in the textile market. Digital printing has a wide range of technologies available and there are numerous opportunities in textiles, not least because of the environmental dimension.

20/02/2019
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Apple taking environmental lead

Laurel Brunner discusses how Apple are at the forefront of environmental impact reduction. Apple are implementing numerous measures to lower its environmental impact, this includes ensuring that Apple products use 68% less energy during manufacturing than they did 10 years ago.

13/02/2019
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Shift to environmentally sustainable production being driven by customer demand

From packaging through to advertising and even interior décor, environmental sustainability is increasingly high on the agenda for consumers and thus for the brands and companies they buy from. Sean Holt discusses the findings from the 2018 FESPA Print Census that highlights the importance of environmentally sustainable production.

06/02/2019
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Is plastic packaging really on the out?

Laurel Brunner discusses how big brands such as M&S are becoming more environmentally conscious and therefore are currently looking for alternative to plastic.

01/02/2019
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Digital technology adoption in textile printing accelerates as brands demand greater flexibility

One of the most talked about growth areas in the speciality print sector in recent years has undoubtedly been textile printing. Sean Holt discusses how digital technology in textile printing is enabling even more agile production models

24/01/2019
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Message from Katowice and the Conference of the Parties

Laurel Brunner discusses the topics featured in the Conference of the Parties that took place in Katowice, Poland in December 2018. The topics included sustainable mobility, the circular economy, energy transitions and climate finance.

17/01/2019
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PSPs adopt increasingly customer-centric strategies

Sean Holt discusses how businesses in the speciality print sector are striving for greater agility in order to respond to the ever increasing consumer demand for personalisation.

14/01/2019
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Blowing in the digital wind

Laurel Brunner discusses how using a company such as Windcloud 4.0 who manages renewable energy distribution and storage to support data hosting and cloud services within a protected network could be beneficial for the environment.

09/01/2019
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Paper made from grass

Scheufelen Paper, a European producer of coated premium paper products for the graphics industry is currently creating a new paper made from grass. This new development has interesting potential as a new alternative for packaging and is suitable for graphic papers.

02/01/2019
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Deinking glass

Laurel Brunner discusses printing on glass and the recycling and reuse of glass containers and bottles.

27/12/2018

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