Asian and Indian newspapers have taken four of the top prizes in WAN-Ifra's new Print Innovation Awards.
News Corp print sites in Queensland and NSW are buzzing after taking on work from Fairfax Media and customers of the closed Horton Media plant, and with the upgrade of more of its own property publications to heatset.
Dinner and a visit to Karangkraf Media Group's print site in Shah Alam is a highlight of this year's ASEAN Newspaper Printers conference
Koenig & Bauer is set for a strong second half following a 17.2 per cent rise in orders and a greater accumulation of deliveries.
What the new company calls "targeted consolidation" will enhance the market presence of newly-merged manroland Goss web systems.
New headquarters for Baldwin Vision Systems brings together the talent of former competitors QuadTech, Web Printing Controls and PC Industries.
Fairfax Media is to close two of its largest print sites, becoming effectively dependent on News Corp for production of some of its newspapers (writes Peter Coleman).
Half a year down the track, it's curious that a report on sharing printing plant across Australia's two biggest rivals is already irrelevant, writes Peter Coleman.
manroland India has a new website, recognising the fact that the company's services extend substantially beyond those of its German parent.
Newspaper systems players including TPG, Prakash Offset, NBG and Müller Martini are among those signed up for the Printpack India 2019 exhibition.
It searched for a place in diaries and budgets after swapping between venues. Now the UK's Ipex printing trade show has called it quits.
The prospect of 'wear and spare' parts printed nearer to print sites in Australia or India becomes feasible with developments manroland says it is making in 3D printing and fused filament fabrication.
A visit to the printing plant of Malay daily Sinar Harian is among highlights for this year's ANP delegates conference in Kuala Lumpur.
Innovative print advertisements and products will be recognised in a new competition at this year's IfraExpo.
A new partnership with global nonprofit Room to Read in India is expanding Kodak's Print for Good literacy programme.
Investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason have named five new directors for Xerox, after the US-headquartered company announced it was calling off its merger with Fuji Xerox.
After years of struggling with debt and almost five months in bankruptcy, paper maker Norske Skog has been sold to a private equity company for 235 million Euros ($373 million).
Jordan Godsiff who works at Stuff's Christchurch print centre, has been named reelfed apprentice of the year at a graduation ceremony held by PrintNZ in the city.
After more than meeting expectations in its fourth quarter, Koenig & Bauer says a high order backlog and well filled project pipeline has it on track to meet 2018 targets.
What is claimed to be the world's first embedded video player has been published in a Malaysian newspaper.
Market factors and systematic reduction of global newsprint manufacturing capacity are creating the first newsprint shortage in years, and mill owners are reaping the benefits.
Print technologies stood side by side with gifts and camping products when the 13th Hong Kong International Printing & Packaging Fair was twinned with the Gifts & Premium event over the last four days.
Often disruptive technical developments which changed newspaper publishing are to be charted in a new report.
Baldwin will develop Quad/Graphics' Digital Ink System after buying intellectual property rights to developments currently underway.
The seed of a 'greenovation' idea is an apt metaphor for the print culture at English-language print giant The Times of India.
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