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Future in doubt as DRUPA cancels 2021, focuses on virtual
Future in doubt as DRUPA cancels 2021, focuses on virtual

DRUPA 2021 has been cancelled, a four-day virtual show to take its place while the 2024 date still stands.

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technotrans solves ultra-cool vaccine storage issues
technotrans solves ultra-cool vaccine storage issues

As the vaccine rollout begins in the UK, print peripherals manufacturer technotrans has revealed details of its role in critical vaccine cooling.

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Koenig & Bauer spends to save as Hischar stages Americas handover
Koenig & Bauer spends to save as Hischar stages Americas handover

German press manufacturer Koenig & Bauer is spending to save, as it adjusts to 'moderate growth' and revenue of 1.3 billion Euros.

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More than hot air as Indian publishers are honoured for innovation
More than hot air as Indian publishers are honoured for innovation

Three Indian companies and a Kiwi publisher account for 80 per cent of the bright ideas in this year's WAN-Ifra Print Innovation Awards.

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Hackathon shows printed smiles are for life
Hackathon shows printed smiles are for life

A personalised book developed from a print-focussed hackathon, has shown its enduring value in recalling happy memories.

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Wisprint guests enjoy 'access all areas' as book press launches
Wisprint guests enjoy 'access all areas' as book press launches

Hundreds of guests - 500 on the first day - attended an open day in Shanghai this month to launch Wisprint's new M700S book press.

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WPS: How 3D delivered parts and masks, if not perpetual motion
WPS: How 3D delivered parts and masks, if not perpetual motion

Perspectives from printed parts to perpetual motion were canvassed during yesterday's second day of WAN-Ifra's World Printers Summit.

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Crunching data shows Eu100k OEE benefits
Crunching data shows Eu100k OEE benefits

For some years press manufacturer manroland Goss has been collecting data on how their presses are running, with the idea of telling users what's right and wrong with them.

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ACM's Ive contract could be the start of a bigger print partnership
ACM's Ive contract could be the start of a bigger print partnership

A long-term contract for Ive Group to print publications for Australian Community Media could be the start of a beautiful friendship.

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Not unreal: catalogue and magazine competition samples are going digital
Not unreal: catalogue and magazine competition samples are going digital

What used to be a competition for catalogue printers has entered a new dimension for 2020: You don't need to submit printed samples to enter.

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Now former Fairfax Ballarat newspaper plant comes under the hammer
Now former Fairfax Ballarat newspaper plant comes under the hammer

Australian Community Media's Ballarat plant is the latest to hit the market, with offers called for by the end of the month.

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Investment group buys fundraiser Pareto from Ive
Investment group buys fundraiser Pareto from Ive

There's money in asking for charitable donations, but Australia's Ive Group is moving out of it, with a $16.5 million deal to divest the former Pareto Phone business.

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Property sale, press closure 'to secure Inquirer's future'
Property sale, press closure 'to secure Inquirer's future'

Lenfest Institute's Philadelphia Inquirer has announced the closure of its under-used Schuylkill printing plant, which it says will secure better severance packages for the 500 employees set to be laid-off.

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Story flows onward, as technotrans pauses to mark history
Story flows onward, as technotrans pauses to mark history

A business launched on an idea about handling dampening solution has been quietly celebrating its five decades of growth based on finding solutions of other sorts.

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Virtual print summit offers full three-day programme
Virtual print summit offers full three-day programme

It's not the Berlin event we'd come to love, but WAN-Ifra's virtual World Printers Summit (October 27-29) still stands to be a significant meeting point for the newspaper print community.

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Up to 900 jobs to go as K&B shapes up for uncertainty
Up to 900 jobs to go as K&B shapes up for uncertainty

Cost savings worth more than 100 million Euros a year and increasing, are part of an evolving efficiency programme for press make Koenig & Bauer.

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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 massive 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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