Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

New Executive Boot Camp added to 2018 ISA International Sign Expo

A day-long Executive Boot Camp, produced by Florida State University College of Business, will help sign, graphics and visual communications company leaders master the crucial skills required for success in today’s challenging signage and wide-format marketplace. The Boot Camp will be held Wednesday, March 21 as part of pre-conference workshops leading up to the ISA … Read more →

Duroflex Papers releases its 2018 Winter/Spring Product Guide

After opening a new branch in Anjou, Quebec in 2017 (in addition to its current locations in Ontario, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland), Duroflex Specialty Papers (Mississauga, Ontario) has released its 2018 Winter & Spring Product Guide. The new 48-page guide with complete price lists features new and current products in over 45 categories. These include … Read more →

Xplor adds new Keypoint Intelligence sessions

Xplor International (Lutz, Florida) has announced that Xploration 18, its annual conference, will wrap up this year’s event with three sessions from Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends on Thursday, April 19, 2018. Xploration 18 will take place April 17-19, 2018 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, Florida. A Morning with Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends will reveal … Read more →

Toronto’s Messagepoint expands its global presence

Toronto-based Messagepoint, a leader in developing and delivering innovative software and services within the Customer Communications Management (CCM) market, is expanding its global presence with the establishment of a new subsidiary – Messagepoint Europe Limited. The move to expand into Europe with greater access to the Middle East and Africa highlights the opportunities the company … Read more →

Mark Andy appoints Yanko as Digital Sales Director

In response to “an increase in demand for digital technology,” Mark Andy (St. Louis, MO), a leading OEM for the label and packaging market, has expanded its sales leadership team in North America by hiring 30-year indusry veteran Chris Yanko, who will serve as Digital Sales Director. Focusing on Mark Andy’s digital hybrid portfolio, Yanko … Read more →

Konica Minolta partners with Ryerson and Belmont Press to augment classroom learning via breakthrough digital finishing

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (Canada) has partnered with Toronto’s Ryerson University, donating both time and money to inspire the next generation of Ryerson Graphic Communications Management (GCM) students – while also supporting the Canadian printing industry in its mission to attract the best possible talent. In doing so, Konica Minolta has exposed students to some … Read more →

PNH Solutions expands its manufacturing plant and seeks sales executives

Large-format printing and experiential marketing leader PNH Solutions has announced a 26,000-square-foot expansion of its current production facility in Montreal, Quebec. The fully integrated, large-format print supplier of turnkey marketing solutions, which has a second location in Toronto, now has expanded its capabilities to perform metal, wood and electrical work. The company is now capable … Read more →

Mitchell Press names Green at its Environmental Coordinator

Mitchell Press (Burnaby, British Columbia), a high-speed, premium quality commercial printer and a Canadian leader in environmental initiatives, has hired Addie Green as its Environmental Coordinator. Green brings an Environmental Technology and Monitoring background to Mitchell Press, with a focus on measuring and documenting the company’s environmental footprint – so it can leverage and share … Read more →

MIT releases new desktop 3D printing system that’s up to 10 times faster than commercial 3D printers

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is, quite simply, improving 3D printing. Anastasios John Hart is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of MIT’s Laboratory for Manufacturing and Productivity and its Mechanosynthesis Group. He’s been working with MIT engineers to develop a desktop 3D printer that can perform up to 10 times faster … Read more →

SAi announces EnRoute Training Workshops to boost production throughput

SA International (SAi, Salt Lake City, Utah), a leading provider of software solutions for the professional signmaking, wide-format digital printing and CAD/CAM for CNC machining industries, has announced the dates and locations of its next round of training workshops throughout the U.S. dedicated to its EnRoute software. Spanning eight cities from February to October, each … Read more →

Actega to increase prices on all product groups within North America

Actega North America (Delran, NJ) will increase prices on its inks, coatings, adhesives and pressroom chemicals effective February 19, 2018 “in response to the continuing and sustained rise in raw material and supply-chain costs. This increase will apply to products sold into all printing markets,” said the company. “In addition to the cost increases already … Read more →

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