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Kornit Digital introduces NeoPigment Robusto Softener Solution for fashion on demand

Kornit’s new softener solution allows Kornit Presto users to manufacture on demand for top retail and fashion brands, with no compromise on handfeel.


An introduction to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

This article is the first in a series about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – UN SDGs for short – and their relevance to our industry. We’ll be looking what they are, what their purpose is, why you should be interested and the benefits to your business of understanding and using them.


Sustainable certification for the digital textile printing supply chain - natural fibres

In chapter 1 of a series of articles regarding sustainable certifications in the digital textile printing industry, Debbie McKeegan discusses natural fibres. Now more than ever the implementation of the UN Sustainability Development Goals in the textile supply chain is key.


Eco hype or eco reality?

The industry has been blessed with two life threatening events: digital technology gave us electronic prepress and typesetting; the internet wiped out whole sectors of publishing and production.

Tomorrow's World

What are the UN Sustainable Development Goals and why do they matter?

Detox your business and track your progress towards sustainability.

Tomorrow's World

Point-of-sale products and the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Mark Jerrard of Simpson Group and Thierry Pauwels of POP Solutions discuss how they are trying to match UN SDGs.

Tomorrow's World

Packaging pollution: sustainable alternatives

We are at a tipping point in consumer awareness of climate change, social and environmental responsibility and plastic pollution – and packaging is in focus.


The European Union’s Green Deal

In December 2019, the European Union (EU) announced that it is investing €100 billion to become the world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050. By climate-neutral the EU means that emissions will be balanced with the removal of warming gases from the atmosphere.

People in Print

The idea factory in Bangkok: industry leaders at the FESPA Global Summit 2020

Keynote speakers identified the biggest print trends to come in 2020 and explain how new partnerships prosper at the summit.  


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.


HP Indigo inks are compostable

HP Indigo has long been criticised for the tenacity of its inks when it comes to deinking printed matter for recycling. It’s a controversial discussion guaranteed to raise passions, but there are alternatives to deinking digital prints for recycling. One alternative that is gaining attention is composting.


Carl Ludwig of Fibre For Good on sustainable organic cotton

Fibre for Good are based in Australia and supply Organic, environmentally friendly clothing for Children.


Processless plate setting continues to advance

Laurel Brunner discusses the importance of processless plates in reducing processing steps from print production lines and increasing environmental sustainability. The main developers of processless plates are Agfa, Kodak and Fujifilm.


Ink recipes keep evolving

Ink contributes only a miniscule amount to the overall carbon footprint of printed matter. But its use, development, manufacture and removal in readiness for substrate recycling can have a substantial impact


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