Managing director of Spot Press John Georgantzakos will take up a place on the board of the Printing Industries Association of Australia following the retirement of Matt Aitken.
Plans for Fujifilm to take over the rest of Xerox may have to go back to the drawing board after a preliminary injunction was granted to billionaire investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason.
With more than half a century of history to look back on, presentation of an FGI excellence award as 'outstanding entrepreneur' to Line O Matic founder owner Uday Patel was a proud moment.
Two Ferag drum inserters have been refurbished and relocated to Atlanta as part of production reorganisation within Cox Enterprises.
French daily Dernieres Nouvelles D'Alsace has upgraded console controls at its Strasbourg print site in a project in which ABB has combined its latest console technology with the original 1989 ABB system.
Koenig & Bauer is expanding its presence in southeast Asia with the appointment of a flexo technology specialist.
A nine-year programme to replace a Solna D300 with a state-of-the-art Tensor pressline has been completed with the installation of automated density control and two four-high towers.
Plans to rebuild Dauphin Graphic Machinery to its past glories have moved ahead with the appointment of Chris Lunt to the DGM advisory board of new owners the Siebold Company.
Twenty-five years of the International Color Consortium will be celenrated during the Fogra Colour Management Symposium in Munich this month.
The sustainability of newspaper production is being explored in a joint project between WAN-Ifra's World Printers Forum and Two Sides.
RISI's 2018 Asian conference has been extended to include a new seminar on Asian transport.
A new pension scheme for Koenig & Bauer employees has won an award presented by three German groups.
Intensive use of QI Press Controls' IQM reporting system is part of the plan for new user Lidergraf in Portugal.
UK-based media group Newsquest's Oxford print site is to be a pilot for others earmarked for QIPC's automated register and control systems.
An order sealed at the IfraExpo last year is now bearing fruit at Mediaworks production unit PLT in the Hungarian town of Veszprem.
Swedish specialists DCOS and MWM are to join forces on sales in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
A Canadian daily newspaper claims ink savings of a third from the introduction of ink optimisation software.
A rebrand to Association for Print Technologies is a turning point, "not just for NPES, but for the entire printing and imaging industry" according to president Thayer Long.
QI Press Controls and sister company EAE have gained a foothold in Iran with a deal to partner Arta Taraz Niavaran in the up-and-coming market.
Ahead of the departure of chief executive Henry Brickenkamp in June, technotrans has announced changes to its board of management.
Goss International has come up with a new way for press users to rebuild or upgrade their old ink fountains or digital ink packs.
Targetted newspapers which add local news to vcommunity editions are in the sights of an Indian joint venture between press maker Pressline and inkjet developer Monotech Systems.
Three drives and a master PLC on a Goss Colorliner at Quad City Times have been replaced in an upgrade project by Harland Simon.
Romanian printer EDS Group is solving automation problems on a 16-year-old Lithoman press it bought two years ago by commissioning new colour and register systems.
Sun Chemical has announced that it has finalised formation of a joint venture with Alliance Holding to create Sun Chemical Saudi Arabia.
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