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DRUPA finds it hard to be optimistic about publishing
DRUPA finds it hard to be optimistic about publishing

You probably won't need the seventh DRUPA Global Trends Report to tell you that publishing shows "the clearest evidence of active decline in revenues".

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Bonny recognised despite the awards postponement
Bonny recognised despite the awards postponement

Gisborne Herald apprentice Bonny Seymour is among an expanded line-up of 12 finalists named for PrintNZ's Apprentice of the Year competition.

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ACM clears Beaudesert plant in unreserved auction
ACM clears Beaudesert plant in unreserved auction

Australian Community Media is clearing the magazine and printing plant at the former Beaudesert Times site in Queensland it bought from Nine Entertainment.

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DRUPA cancelled, 'start preparing for 2021'
DRUPA cancelled, 'start preparing for 2021'

The giant DRUPA printing trade show in Düsseldorf is among industry events cancelled overnight as a result of COVID-19 fears.

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Vintage cars and print innovations for Frankfurt summit
Vintage cars and print innovations for Frankfurt summit

A World Printers Summit event is being organised to fill the vacuum created by the absence of the Ifra World Publishing Expo this DRUPA year.

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Role for Pegras in $1.5m contaminants sensing project
Role for Pegras in $1.5m contaminants sensing project

Former printing blanket salesman and letterpress printing tragic Stephan Peters has found a new career in rubbish.

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DCOS group buys Plauen automation partners IGA
DCOS group buys Plauen automation partners IGA

After years of working with the German company, Automation House Sweden - which owns DCOS Sweden, Tensor International and Amal Webline - has taken control of IGA Plauen.

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Star Wars and the man who gave lasers to wannabe typographers
Star Wars and the man who gave lasers to wannabe typographers

The story of an unassuming inventor whose ideas changed the world is just another tale from the catalogue of missed opportunities that was Xerox's Paolo Alto research centre.

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Mergers bring an end to compact experiment.. and more weirding
Mergers bring an end to compact experiment.. and more weirding

The inevitable end to a format innovation has arrived with the closure of the Columbus Dispatch plant on the city's west side.

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Back on the road again: K&B takes its tech to China
Back on the road again: K&B takes its tech to China

Packaging print was in the ascendant when press maker Koenig & Bauer took its roadshow to China, its twelfth since 2007.

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Pragmatic letterbox giant Salmat sells out to a printer
Pragmatic letterbox giant Salmat sells out to a printer

Ive Group is buying Salmat's Marketing Solutions business, including letterbox distribution, Reach Media NZ and the online Lassoo site.

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Contiweb finds private investor for new cooperation
Contiweb finds private investor for new cooperation

Just over a year after being split from Goss International, private equity firm American Industrial Partners has sold Contiweb to a new Dutch investor.

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Wishful thinking or a print and paper industry in denial
Wishful thinking or a print and paper industry in denial

Ahead of this week's Ifra Expo, we're at the Berlin office of Frankfurter Algemeine Zeitung, learning that print newspapers are not in decline, but doing all right, even thriving.

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19,000 attend Asian Pack Print trade show
19,000 attend Asian Pack Print trade show

Organisers say more than 19,000 trade visitors from 58 countries attended this year's Pack Print International trade show in Bangkok.

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Seiken, Manugraph team to take on India's 4x1 press market
Seiken, Manugraph team to take on India's 4x1 press market

A technical collaboration will see Manugraph build a new Seiken-designed 4x1 newspaper press at its Kolhapur factory.

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Indian publishers strong in innovation competition
Indian publishers strong in innovation competition

Indian publishers were prolific winners in WAN-Ifra's 2019 Print Innovation Awards, winners of which were announced today.

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News AU briefs staff on move to greenfield print site
News AU briefs staff on move to greenfield print site

Staff at News Corp Australia's Westgate Park print centre have been given details of the project that will see new all-colour presses and mailroom equipment installed at a new greenfield site in the city.

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Condon back home to Ballarat after Dubai experience
Condon back home to Ballarat after Dubai experience

Australian Michael Condon - who led the pioneering transition of Dubai's Gulf News to waterless production - has retired to his home in Ballarat.

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Ovato's newest loss is papers' fault, says Slaven
Ovato's newest loss is papers' fault, says Slaven

Heatset printer Ovato - formerly PMP - has put the blame for another bad year's results on Australian newspapers.

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Print ready to go PVC as Australia's PrintEx shines
Print ready to go PVC as Australia's PrintEx shines

PrintEx - launched a couple of decades ago as the low-cost Sydney sibling of Australia's PacPrint trade show - was ebullient enough when it opened its doors to visitors at the Sydney Showgrounds on Tuesday.

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Sidwell to stay on after $265 million Innocean deal
Sidwell to stay on after $265 million Innocean deal

Wayne Sidwell may be going out on a high with the sale of his Australia-based Wellcom business to Hyundai-owned agency Innocean for $265 million.

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EXCLUSIVE: Property sale fires starting gun on Melbourne press project
EXCLUSIVE: Property sale fires starting gun on Melbourne press project

With the rising value of commercial property set to underwrite a long-cherished project, News Corp Australia has sold its Melbourne print complex and is gathering equipment for its replacement.

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Rub-and-reveal inks put the heat on Ed Sheeran
Rub-and-reveal inks put the heat on Ed Sheeran

It's the ultimate silly season promotion, especially for those fans who would jump at a chance to rub up against Ed Sheeran.

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Growing interest in web-offset for packaging flexibles
Growing interest in web-offset for packaging flexibles

Former Goss packaging acquisition Thallo is developing interest in its web-offset technology by building a demonstration system.

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ABB's Kirk sets a date for 'bucket list' retirement
ABB's Kirk sets a date for 'bucket list' retirement

Steve Kirk remembers the days as a child in Wales, when presses breaking down meant his newsagent father had to tip out of bed at 5 am and drive to collect the papers.

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