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Why is 3D printing important to wide format printers?

There is plenty of evidence that wide format printers in particular are moving into industrial applications such as home decor and even clothing. And 3D printing makes perfect sense when seen as another industrial print application.


Antalis unveils universal carbon offsetting initiative

Antalis UK has set out details of a new initiative whereby all material purchased from across its ranges of papers, packaging and visual communications can be carbon offset.


Oswald to exit as chief executive of Mondi

Global paper and packaging business Mondi Group has confirmed Peter Oswald will step down from his position as group chief executive of the company on 31 March.


Focus on Design and Automation with EFI-OPTITEX and the UK’s Fashion Industry

How do you transform your Fashion supply chain? It’s a difficult task for Retailers large and small but as we move into a decade of sustainable, efficient manufacturing, the challenge of change, is being embraced across the globe.


Delta Group secures extension to key Lidl GB contract

Visual communications specialist the Delta Group has signed an extension to its wide-ranging print contract with Lidl GB, the British-facing division of German supermarket group Lidl, following a competitive tender process.


Top 20 Christmas prints of 2019

Christmas is big business for many printers, with all kinds of work on offer to companies around the world. picks out some of the best examples of Christmas print from this year’s festive season.


Archroma names van de Kerkhof as new chief executive

Colour and specialty chemicals specialist Archroma has appointed Heike van de Kerkhof to succeed Alexander Wessels as its chief executive.


Kyocera pledges efficiency and sustainability with TASKalfa

Kyocera Document Solutions UK has announced the launch of two new high-speed colour multifunctional products, with the aim of helping customers enhance the efficiency and sustainability of their production process.


Hey good looking - what's cooking?

Digitally printed interior decoration has become quite a thing in the last few years, as technology made it possible to print textiles, wallpapers, even carpets and floors digitally and with ease. While opening a whole new world to professional designers and creative types, product safety becomes a significant question for Print Service Providers (PSPs) and their customers alike.


New Konica Minolta UK chief eyes sustainable growth

Rob Fletcher speaks to Rob Ferris, the new Chief Executive of Konica Minolta Business Solutions UK who discusses his aims to deliver profitable and sustainable growth for the digital print giant.


Exploring opportunities in sublimation print

Print companies are constantly on the lookout for opportunities in new markets to help them stand out in the busy modern market. Rob Fletcher takes a closer look at the sublimation market to find out more about growth prospects in this area.


Optical brightening agents and their effect on digital textile printing

What are Optical Brightening Agents, and why do they cause so many problems for Digital Textile printers? A vital issue for the Digital Printing of Textiles is getting to grips with the technology and effect of the upstream use of Optical Brightening Agents in fabric bleaching and preparation.


New OKI Europe MD eyes applications-driven growth

Tsukasa Takasawa, the new managing director of OKI Europe, has set out plans to transform the company into an applications-driven business, with a focus on pursuing growth in its key vertical markets.


Signworks speeds up with HP Latex 315

Scottish signs and vehicle graphics business Signworks has paid tribute to the impact that a HP Latex 315 has had on business, saying the combination print and cut solution has helped to increase production speed.


RA SMART X HP New Technologies for textile printing and production

Debbie McKeegan visits the RA Smart Textile factory which operates as a printed textile manufacturer and a printing technology reseller. RA Smart held an open day which focused on the launch of the HP Stitch.


HP commits to $200m investment in water-based development

Global print giant HP has announced plans to invest $200m (£155.7m/€179.8m) in developing new water-based print solutions and innovations, with the aim of improving the entire product lifecycle in the corrugated and textile print sectors.


Roland DG sets versatility focus with new IU-1000F

Rob Fletcher speaks to Paul Willems, Head of Business Development and Product Management for Roland DG EMEA regarding The Roland IU-1000F.


Top 20 Halloween Prints

Rob Fletcher takes a look at some of the best and most innovative printed products that featured this year during Halloween.


Kyocera plots growth with inkjet production print expansion

Print technology provider Kyocera Document Solutions UK has set its sights on acquiring new customers after expanding its services into the inkjet production print market with the launch of the new TASKalfa Pro 15000c.