Two days which included a plant visit, technical sessions and networking raised questions but left delegates at this year's ANP conference in little doubt about one thing: They should do it again next year.
After helping steer EAE through its restructuring post its acquisition by QI Press Controls, Werner Ringel is handing the baton to not one but two new managing directors.
Nine press orders in the last three months worth a total of 80 million Euros ($119.2 million) are helping keep manroland web's revenue on target, the German press maker says.
Australia's 2017 catalogue awards was - as always - a contest of big budgets and small, long runs and short, giants and minnows of the print industry.
KBA says sales in the second quarter of 2017 were down, despite successes at three trade shows and expansion of its service business.
It's one of the most-travelled newspapers in Australia - trucked the 1500 km from Darwin to Alice Springs... but also one of the best-printed.
Networking and golf play an important part in ASEAN Newspaper Printers' annual conference, but the real business is about print.
manroland web systems says its grew profits by almost five per cent in 2016 on reduced orders and almost flat turnover.
A 15-year relationship between Indian single-width press maker The Printers House and the QIPC-EAE partnership has been marked with a presentation.
By the time DRUPA comes around again in May 2020, Messe Düsseldorf will have a new 140 million Euros hall and entrance.
A longstanding relationship will come to an end this year when production of Seven West Media's Pacific Magazines titles switches to Australia's Ive Group.
Print is alive and well at News Corp's Australian tabloids, with technical teams literally head-over-heels with innovative ideas to support advertisers.
Still the world's best print recycler, Australia has beaten last year's best to show consumers currently recycle 77 per cent of all print products.
News says its 1 Degree initiative has achieved reductions in the Australian company's carbon footprint equivalent to taking 14,865 cars off the road.
A strong programme with contributions from Kellie Northwood and Bernard Keen is promised for New Zealand SWUG delegates this year.
WAN-Ifra has opened its International Color Quality Club to include magazines and a wider range of newspaper processes.
Manugraph's US subsidiary, Manugraph Americas is taking advantage of the country's Chapter 11 protection to reorganise its business.
New Zealand Single Width Users' Group is taking the theme of 'Tangibly trusted' for its 2017 conference, to be held in Auckland in August.
A compact system for flat-wrapping newspapers was among a host of products making their debut at this week's PacPrint trade show.
Adapt or die could well be the byword of WRH Global, one of very, very few directly newsmedia-related vendors at the PacPrint trade show, which opened in Melbourne today.
Growing its offering in upgrades, enhancements and services, Goss International and its parent AIP have bought US postpress vendor Loudon Machine from brothers Boone and Noah Brandenburger.
manroland web owner L. Possehl has split the company's production unit into a separate mechatronics company in order to address the "continuously shrinking" market for presses.
New Zealand's Pride in Print awards night was a lot about the medium's future and the role young people will play in it.
Press maker KBA says it has made a good start to its bicentenary year of 2017 with an increase in orders, order backlog and EBIT.
A brief email from fifth-generation family member Cassie Hannan to GXpress notes a change of address for former IPMG executive chairman Michael Hannan.
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