Visitors to Labelexpo will be able to see the newly developed integration between finishing systems manufacturer ABG and software developer CERM, represented in Australia by APPMA member Currie Group. Read more
Digital nano press developer Landa is expanding its production facilities, and is building a new 4000sqm building in Israel as it prepares for its post-drupa sales push.
Online European label printing operator Prime Labels is setting up for business in Australia.
Labelexpo is promising its biggest Brussels show ever for its 40th anniversary, set to kick off in less than three weeks.
Label industry veteran Chris Moretto has started a new business, Graphic Labels, six years after moving to Sydney from Toulouse in France.
Digital print solutions developer Xeikon is offering the ability to print a haptic – textured touch – effect, directly from its inkjet print systems, with no need for file modification.
At Print21+PKN LIVE New Frontiers in Packaging Print last week, head of marketing at Labelmakers, Jessica Simes, made the case for personalised packaging via digital print. We spoke to her after her presentation.
Innovative solutions developer, Konica Minolta, embodies its 'never stop printing' theme with multiple launches at its stand, including the new AccurioLabel Press 230.
The Screen L350UV+ inkjet label press is starring on Screen and Jet Technologies’ joint stand, number B08.
The Van Dyke Press is one of Australia’s largest manufacturers of pre-cut and reel-fed aluminium and PET lidding, a sector that is showing dramatic growth. Lindy Hughson caught up with general manager Will Tompson.
Japanese packaging printer Kyoshin Paper and Package is the first in the region to install the digital B1 Heidelberg Primefire 106, which it will use to significantly boost its web-to-pack business.
The value of digital packaging is set to soar over the next five years, by 13.1 per cent CAGR, according to print research agency Smithers Pira.
Heidelberg has revamped the design of its Speedmaster XL 75 and CX 75 offset printing presses, which are popular among packaging printers, to make them more ergonomic and user-friendly.
Kurz has combined IMD (In-Mould Decoration) with PUR (polyurethane) technology, which it says produces a clear, high-gloss surface with a self-healing topcoat.
Label press manufacturer Gallus will be focusing on the digitisation of label production at the upcoming Labelexpo Europe 2019, which will take place from 24-27 September in Brussels.
Students currently undertaking the Master of Food & Packaging Innovation degree at the University of Melbourne were treated to a hands-on demonstration of digital printing and pouch making at the Read Labels & Packaging facility.