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India's stars earn their stripes in 2020 ICQC, Times shining brightest
India's stars earn their stripes in 2020 ICQC, Times shining brightest

Indian publishers' huge commitment to print quality is demonstrated in the huge proportion they make of the 54 to have achieved membership of WAN-Ifra's International Color Quality Club for 2020-2022.

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Ghosts laid to rest as 'simplified' News gets out of print
Ghosts laid to rest as 'simplified' News gets out of print

News Corp is to close its only US printing plant, putting production of its daily and weekly publications out to contract as part of "simplifying" the company.

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No presses? It's just another transformation for keynoter Stevens
No presses? It's just another transformation for keynoter Stevens

Michael Stevens, who is director for print mastheads at Australia's Nine Publishing, has been announced as keynote speaker for WAN-Ifra's India Printing eSummit.

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DRUPA revs up interest with hybrid digital platform
DRUPA revs up interest with hybrid digital platform

A new website with lectures and videos are part of an initiative to maintain interest in DRUPA until its revised date next April.

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Reuse, recycle, anyone? Single-width presses among first on the market
Reuse, recycle, anyone? Single-width presses among first on the market

Newspaper plant from closed News Corp and Australian Community Media print sites is beginning to come on the market, with agents offering two of the presses included in APN's $36 million sale to News in 2017.

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Wodonga and Shepparton presses in capacity play
Wodonga and Shepparton presses in capacity play

The Border Mail print site in Wodonga may be saved from closure, but jobs lost in Shepparton if an independent publisher goes ahead with its purchase.

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ACM cedes control to News with new print agreements
ACM cedes control to News with new print agreements

With the closure of three more ACM print sites, News Corp will have rival publishers in a vice grip while talking up the concept of "competing on journalism not printing".

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Merry men move in after Kodak wins A$1bn drug production loan
Merry men move in after Kodak wins A$1bn drug production loan

Bloomberg has reported a 2441 per cent surge in Kodak's shares after it won a US$7865 million (A$1093.32 million) government loan to help make ingredients for generic medicines for the COVID-19 fight.

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Now 'most sleep-deprived' news printers look to a long rest
Now 'most sleep-deprived' news printers look to a long rest

Not just an endangered species, but newspaper printers are sleep-deprived into the bargain, according to a US survey.

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NPA's lifetime achievement award to Peter Clarke
NPA's lifetime achievement award to Peter Clarke

More than half a century in printing and the graphic arts was recognised when Australia's National Print Awards honoured Peter Clarke with its lifetime achievement award.

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K&B in pandemic loan as Bolza-Schünemann prepares for handover
K&B in pandemic loan as Bolza-Schünemann prepares for handover

Koenig & Bauer says it has applied for a 120 million Euros (almost 200 million) loan to help it keep on track through the COVID-19 crisis.

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Shutting Murarrie, News 'focuses on inhouse print needs'
Shutting Murarrie, News 'focuses on inhouse print needs'

With the announcement that its Murarrie (Brisbane) print site will close, and current development of a greenfield site in Melbourne, News Corp may have "only the capacity it needs for its own newspapers".

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Shorter DRUPA as German giant Heidelberg and other majors pull out (updated)
Shorter DRUPA as German giant Heidelberg and other majors pull out (updated)

Organisers have decided to chop two days from next year's DRUPA as major exhibitors pull out.

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Baldwin buys assets of UV 'true pioneer' Western Quartz
Baldwin buys assets of UV 'true pioneer' Western Quartz

Print peripherals company Baldwin Technology has announced it has bought "certain assets" of UV curing and exposure specialist Western Quartz Products.

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News Corp in talks on remaining SEQ print sites
News Corp in talks on remaining SEQ print sites

There's speculation about the future of its two remaining southeast Queensland print centres as News Corp Australia looks to consolidate Murarrie (Brisbane) and Yandina following closure of most of its regional print editions.

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'HECS-like scheme needed' as print adapts post pandemic
'HECS-like scheme needed' as print adapts post pandemic

An initiative like the HECS (educational loans) scheme is needed to ensure printers survive as government JobKeeper funding comes to an end, but COVID-19 impacts do not.

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Focus on digital in virtual show's second day
Focus on digital in virtual show's second day

Newspaper and digital print applications were first up when press manufacturer Koenig & Bauer introduced its 2020 innovations during a special live virtual event.

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Beacon's Taryn Gannaway adds NZ top management accolade
Beacon's Taryn Gannaway adds NZ top management accolade

Production manager at New Zealand's Beacon Print Taryn Gannaway has added to a string of awards and qualifications, being named Competenz Diploma of Print Management Student of the Year in the training group's virtual 'night of honours'.

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'Home reuse' option needed to boost Australia's recycling stats
'Home reuse' option needed to boost Australia's recycling stats

When it comes to statistics, the tabloid pages with which you line the budgie's cage, and the larger broadsheet ones used to light the fire and catch paint spills are becoming more important in the recycling order of things.

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Even with mill closures, paper imports 'may never recover'
Even with mill closures, paper imports 'may never recover'

Already distorted by the Albury mill closure, Australia's plunging newsprint import statistics are only the beginnings of the measure of the country's newspaper crisis.

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QIPC stays active in China with agent collaborations
QIPC stays active in China with agent collaborations

'Intensive collaboration' is working well for QI Press Controls in what it describes as a "very active" Chinese market.

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Heidelberg moves Timson to lead Asia Pacific initiatives
Heidelberg moves Timson to lead Asia Pacific initiatives

Savas Mystakidis is to take over from Richard Timson as managing director of Heidelberg's ANZ operations next month.

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Wisprint takes it to Augsburg with new office, appointments
Wisprint takes it to Augsburg with new office, appointments

Two former manroland Goss salesmen - one from each side of the business - have joined Goss Graphic Systems (China) to help build the Wisprint press brand.

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Hyderabad press backed with long service partnership
Hyderabad press backed with long service partnership

manroland Goss India is celebrating one of its longest-ever service agreements at Hyderabad publisher Namasthe Telangana.

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Now PacPrint waits until September
Now PacPrint waits until September

PacPrint organisers have settled uncertainty over the Australian trade show, naming a new date in 2021.

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