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It's a wrap: PacPrint delivers a surprise for newspapers
It's a wrap: PacPrint delivers a surprise for newspapers

A compact system for flat-wrapping newspapers was among a host of products making their debut at this week's PacPrint trade show.

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Australia's PacPrint shows how well we're adapting
Australia's PacPrint shows how well we're adapting

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.

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Goss adds parts supplier to related businesses cluster
Goss adds parts supplier to related businesses cluster

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.

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Possehl splits 280-strong manroland production unit
Possehl splits 280-strong manroland production unit

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.

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Print's future belongs to young at gala Pride awards
Print's future belongs to young at gala Pride awards

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.

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Orders up but Flexotecnica dents KBA division
Orders up but Flexotecnica dents KBA division

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.

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New chapter for Hannan family as IPMG merger goes through
New chapter for Hannan family as IPMG merger goes through

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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manroland Beijing celebrates a year with China Print event
manroland Beijing celebrates a year with China Print event

A year after the Chinese subsidiary opened its doors, manroland web Printing Equipment (Beijing) Co says the launch has been a great success.

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Japan Paper set to become Australia's biggest merchant
Japan Paper set to become Australia's biggest merchant

Japan Pulp & Paper will extend its reach into the Australasian paper market with a majority stake in a business formed by the merger of BJ Ball and family-owned KW Doggett Fine Paper.

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Awards open vistas for New Zealand's apprentices
Awards open vistas for New Zealand's apprentices

Taryn Gannaway, an apprentice at Beacon Print's Whakatane site, has been named one of this year's three GAPF scholarship winners.

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DRUPA teams to power new Iran print show
DRUPA teams to power new Iran print show

DRUPA organiser Messe Düsseldorf has partnered with Iran's Printing and Packaging Industry Exhibition to bring an upgraded show to Tehran.

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News' production, logistics heads leaving, but 'no change'
News' production, logistics heads leaving, but 'no change'

News Corp Australia has signalled 'all change' at the top of its production, logistics and circulation groups with the departure of operations managing director Geoff Booth and three other team leaders.

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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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