Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

A close look at the strategy and product range of the new Manroland Goss Web Systems

Manroland Web Systems (Augsburg, Germany) and Goss International (Durham, New Hampshire), both world-leading long-time web offset printing manufacturers and service providers, announced that they officially completed the transaction to combine their businesses in mid-August of 2018. The new company is now operating under the brand “Manroland Goss Web Systems” and is currently the strongest supplier … Read more →

Quark releases 2018/2019 Sales Enablement Trends Report

Quark Software has released a 50-page 2018/2019 Sales Enablement Trends Report, which details data gathered from a survey of 257 sales enablement, sales operations, sales, and marketing professionals. The new report provides insights into how organizations currently manage their sales content, expected sales enablement budgets in the next 12 months, trends in sales enablement adoption, … Read more →

Free 3D Systems Whitepaper discusses scalable, digital molding process and Figure 4 3D Printing

Digital molding is a scalable 3D printing process that can increase the speed and simplicity of producing plastic parts, allowing designs to move from CAD to manufacturing without the use of tooling. However, it can make parts too complex for injection molding to handle. This disruptive technology – an excellent alternative for low-volume plastic parts … Read more →

Latest ISA report projects a strong 2018/2019 for sign, graphics and visual communications industry

The sign, graphics and visual communications industry is enjoying a strong 2018, thanks to an easing of uncertainty surrounding commodity prices and a stronger U.S. economy, according to the International Sign Association (ISA, Alexandria, Virginia). Plus, the stronger economy will continue to push the industry forward in 2019, according to the ISA’s Sign Industry Quarterly … Read more →

New Mark Andy corporate website goes live

After months of work that placed more emphasis on design, content, the customer experience and client education, the new Mark Andy corporate website is now live. The end result, in collaboration with the OEM’s web development agency partner Timmermann Group, is a digital platform that’s “more engaging, full of value-added content, and reflective of who … Read more →

Colbath returns to Drytac as USA VP of Sales

Drytac (Richmond, Virginia), an international manufacturer of self-adhesive materials for the print, label and industrial markets, has appointed Wayne Colbath as its Vice President of Sales for the United States. He’ll be responsible for driving sales growth in the USA with a focus on Drytac’s broad range of large-format consumable products. Colbath rejoins Drytac from … Read more →

Registration now open for Xplor19 in Las Vegas

Xplor International, the worldwide electronic document systems association, has announced the dates and location for its Xplor19 Annual Conference. The event will take place April 23-25, 2019 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Conference Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The premier event for CCM (Customer Communications Management) and digital document professionals lasts two-and-a-half days and brings … Read more →

Next DIA meeting to explore what print buyers want

Did you know that the average annual fall-off rate of print clients is 10%? This means that prospecting for new business must be a constant focus. But how do you get past caller I.D. and spam blockers to get to the right prospects? In other words, what gets a print buyer’s attention? The Digital Imaging … Read more →

Paper Excellence Canada to acquire Catalyst Paper

Paper Excellence Canada (PEC, Richmond, BC) has entered into an agreement to acquire Catalyst Paper Corporation, including its three facilities located in Crofton, Port Alberni and Powell River, its Surrey distribution centre and its headquarters in Richmond, BC. The agreement is subject to regulatory reviews and approvals. Catalyst Paper manufactures 1.3 million tons of pulp … Read more →

Highcon launches new range of consumables

The Highcon (Yavne, Israel) launch of its new range of consumables this week is for the OEM’s digital cutting and creasing machines. Following in-depth analysis of customer use and implementation of the Highcon Euclid and Beam machines around the globe producing a wide range of applications, its Customer Success Department has learned that the majority … Read more →

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