Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

Mohawk launches re-designed website

Mohawk, North America’s largest privately-owned manufacturer of fine papers, envelopes and specialty materials for printing, has announced the launch of its entirely re-designed website. Located at, the new site features a fresh and thoroughly updated user interface “designed for a more intuitive search for all things paper and print,” said the company. It added … Read more →

Sappi calls for entries for its final Printer of the Year Awards

Sappi North America (Boston, MA), a leading producer and supplier of diversified paper and packaging products, has announced its 20th and final North American Printer of the Year Awards’ call for entries for printers in Canada and the United States. As in previous years, winners will be recognized for print excellence and innovation across 11 … Read more →

Kodak to introduce process-free Sonora X Plates

According to Kodak, Sonora X “builds on all the advantages of Kodak’s process-free technology, while adding significant technology advances that remove the barriers to process-free that previously existed for printers that have demanding performance requirements. With longer run lengths, faster imaging, and more robust handling capabilities than other process-free plates, Sonora X Plates can be … Read more →

Epson launches new digital fabric printing microsite for fashion designers

Epson America has introduced a new microsite – Epson Brings Technology & Fashion Together ( – dedicated to connecting digital fabric printing technology and solutions to fashion designers and entrepreneurs. The new site provides fashion designers with an informative digital fabric printing destination, offering solution-based guidance for a range of digital fabric printing applications – … Read more →

Agfa launches Adamas eco-friendly printing plate

Set for release later this Spring, Agfa Graphics’ new Adamas printing plate “brings robustness to a whole new level and offers every benefit of chemistry-free solutions,” said the OEM. Characterizing it as “the most durable chemistry-free plate available on the market,” Adamas boosts efficiency, both in plate throughput as well as in run length, with … Read more →

Tilia Labs releases Tilia Griffin Pro app for Enfocus Switch users

Tilia Labs (Ottawa, Ontario), a leading developer of planning, imposition and automation software solutions for the printing and graphic arts industries, is now offering its Tilia Griffin Pro application on the Enfocus Switch platform as a fully self-contained Switch app. This new app for Switch is available exclusively on the Enfocus Appstore for both Mac … Read more →

Xerox and Fujifilm deal: a deeper look

No one knows exactly how this deal will shake out, but there’s no shortage of opinions about it On January 31, Xerox and Fujifilm announced that they’ll combine Xerox and their longstanding subsidiary, Fuji Xerox. Fujifilm will buy control of Xerox for about $6.1 billion and will name Jeff Jacobson, current Xerox CEO, to lead … Read more →

Ryerson’s GCM Job Fair for 2018 set for March 22

Ryerson University’s annual Graphic Communications Management (GCM) Job Fair event in downtown Toronto is an opportunity for employers to network and interview enthusiastic students seeking summer internships or full-time career positions. Each company can expect to interview about 19 students – 11 interns and 8 graduating students. Companies are invited to collect as many résumés … Read more →

PIA’s Makin blasts Trump’s proposed tariffs on Uncoated Groundwood Paper from Canada – in addition to U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs

In response to a recent announcement by the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding preliminary anti-dumping duties on Canadian imports of Uncoated Groundwood (UGW) Paper, Printing Industries of America (PIA) President and CEO Michael Makin, in no uncertain terms, criticized the move and said it would put thousands of American jobs in the printing industry at … Read more →

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