Printing

A new ink aimed at protecting brands from counterfeiting has been released by Swiss company IQDEMY.

An inkjet printer which prints on up to 2000 products per minute with flying drops of ink has entered the market.

An Australian print, technology and design business has become the first in the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region to deploy HP's PrintOS Print Beat across across all three printing platforms (Indigo, Scitex and Latex).

Orora will install two ultra-high speed EFI Nozomi C18000 single-pass LED inkjet corrugated packaging presses in its Melbourne and Los Angeles facilities by May.

ABG will be launching a new flat screen printing unit with a significantly increased running speed at Labelexpo Europe.

For inks and coatings, Impact Labels has partnered with Jet Technologies to introduce new food packaging compliant inks.

VIDEO: A behind-the-scenes look at creating an effective personalised, limited edition packaging promotional campaign.

Brisbane-based Impact Labels has seen a boost in throughput and quality with the installation of the new OMET XFlex X6 press.

Melbourne printer Sticky Labels has installed Screen’s Truepress Jet L350UV digital label press with the aim of driving FMCG growth.

South Africa’s Amarula liqueur and Italy’s Melinda Apples have used purpose-led design and digital technology to connect to consumers in creative ways.

At Interpack HP unveiled its latest pioneering technology that creates high-quality, high-performance finishes for HP Indigo digitally printed flexible packaging without the use of adhesives.

Orora Visual has backed a program which sees plant buyers access more information about their purchases through a digital tag.

Digital print is bringing brands and millennials closer together, with customisation and personalisation of packaging delivering creative cut-through.

A case study from Japan: the Mainichi water brand created a News Bottle targeting young people who have stopped engaging with printed news.

In a matter of months, Landa's breakthrough Nanographic presses unveiled at drupa last year will be installed at beta sites in Israel, Europe and the US.