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Goss plans to expand aftermarket after GAC buy
Goss plans to expand aftermarket after GAC buy

Goss's acquisition of US-based Graphic Automation Controls is the "first of many" the press maker plans to expand its aftermarket and service business.

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manroland raids cupboard for packaging hybrid
manroland raids cupboard for packaging hybrid

manroland web has dusted off its variable-sleeve offset technology for a new hybrid press to launch next year into the booming packaging print market.

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Contiweb rebrand takes in digital, Thallo packaging
Contiweb rebrand takes in digital, Thallo packaging

Goss unit Contiweb is rebranding to position itself for a future in new markets including digital printing, and embracing Goss's Thallo buy.

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After all-time record profits, KBA sets targets for growth
After all-time record profits, KBA sets targets for growth

KBA has recorded its highest profit margin in almost 200 years, but the result has been driven by new markets in pakaging and digital print.

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New demo centre emphasises KBA's packaging push
New demo centre emphasises KBA's packaging push

Nine months ahead of celebrations for KBA's 200th anniversary, the company has started work on a new digital and flexo press demo centre in at the company's Würzburg.

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Doubling the gloss on RBD's coldset magazines
Doubling the gloss on RBD's coldset magazines

Interest is growing in the use of varnish to lift waterless coldset print to close to heatset quality.

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Enthusiastic new manroland team look for growth in ANZ
Enthusiastic new manroland team look for growth in ANZ

A new management team at manroland Australasia brings the enthusiasm to help regional customers succeed, group managing director Alexander Wassermann says.

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Ive's 80-pp press defies trends, adds to Aussie capacity
Ive's 80-pp press defies trends, adds to Aussie capacity

On a roll following the release of strong financial results, Australia's Ive Group is set to drive another massive unit of capacity into the Australian market.

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WPF board makes conference plans at London meeting
WPF board makes conference plans at London meeting

Board members of WAN-Ifra's World Printers Forum have held their first meeting following elections last December 2016.

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IVE mergers swing regulator to allowing PMP-IMPG tie-up
IVE mergers swing regulator to allowing PMP-IMPG tie-up

The merger of Franklin Web and AIW into the IVE Group may have been the deciding factor in rivals PMP and IPMG being allowed to get together.

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DRUPA 2020 gets a holiday push forward
DRUPA 2020 gets a holiday push forward

Giant trade show DRUPA is being brought forward to avoid getting in the way of the holidays.

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Industry who's who marks Steve Dunwell's retirement
Industry who's who marks Steve Dunwell's retirement

Friends and customers - past and present - joined a who's who of the industry to farewell Steve Dunwell, who has retired from the managing directorship of manroland Australasia.

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Publishers make news at bustling PrintPack India
Publishers make news at bustling PrintPack India

As India's PrintPack 2017 powered through its final day, it was clear that vendors of all forms of digital print and packaging equipment were the clear winners.

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Typographic gift as Kerfante calls at Wellington museum
Typographic gift as Kerfante calls at Wellington museum

Former managing director of Monotype Typography Ren Kerfante is to visit New Zealand's Printing Museum in Wellington this month and address members.

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Baldwin to pitch for UV LED market following AMS buy
Baldwin to pitch for UV LED market following AMS buy

Baldwin Technology Company has created a new division called AMS Spectral UV following its acquisition of LED UV specialist Air Motion Systems.

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Derek Kyte, UK pioneer of CRT typesetting dies at 90
Derek Kyte, UK pioneer of CRT typesetting dies at 90

Derek Kyte, one of the fathers of modern electronic typesetting, died on Saturday aged 90.

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KBA puts Müller in charge of flexo operations
KBA puts Müller in charge of flexo operations

KBA has put Christoph Müller in charge of its Italian flexo press manufacturing subsidiary KBA_Flexotecnica, replacing Claudio Bisogni.

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IPAMA confident of buoyant Printpack event
IPAMA confident of buoyant Printpack event

Despite the tragic setback of the death of its general secretary and the challenge of demonetisation, IPAMA's flagship Printpack India 2017 is marching ahead with almost 400 exhibitors expected.

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South China print show expands for special interests
South China print show expands for special interests

With two months now until the Printing South China event opens in Guangzhou, organisers are encouraging prospective visitors to register their interest.

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Partners join QuadTech to celebrate new Gujarat offices
Partners join QuadTech to celebrate new Gujarat offices

Business associates and employees shared in the opening of QuadTech's new Indian headquarters, with Manugraph managing director Pradeep Shah cutting a ribbon to open the premises.

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New challenges for Dunwell after four decades of change
New challenges for Dunwell after four decades of change

Managing director of manroland Australasia Steve Dunwell - who has announced his upcoming retirement - looks back on four decades of technological change.

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New chairman for ANP as Budiman takes TV role
New chairman for ANP as Budiman takes TV role

Goh Yew Soong has succeeded Andy Budiman as chairman of ASEAN Newspaper Printers following the group's conference in September.

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PacPrint keynoters get a laugh out of industry change
PacPrint keynoters get a laugh out of industry change

Four keynoters with futurist, comic, paramedic and Navy rescue pilot in their CVs are the unlikely line-up for next May's PacPrint Forum Series.

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KBA workflow event is Philippines 'get to know you'
KBA workflow event is Philippines 'get to know you'

Printers and publishers in the Philippines had the opportunity to get closer to KBA during presentations for PIAP members.

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Stora's video case on what trees can do that digital can't
Stora's video case on what trees can do that digital can't

The case of renewable materials, aka the humble tree, is eloquently made in a new video which will be a useful resource for print publishers.

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