Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

GPA introduces new Folex Swatchbook

GPA, a market leader in substrate solutions for digital, wide-format and offset printing, has unveiled its Folex Synthetics Collection for HP Indigo Swatchbook. The swatchbook spans GPA’s collection of Folex synthetics, which adds value and differentiation to a variety of printed projects – including point-of-purchase graphics, weatherproof manuals, graphic overlays, product and bottle labels, decals … Read more →

Konica Minolta partners with Objectif Lune to improve customer communication workflows

Konica Minolta (UK) has developed “a dynamic and progressive method to distribute business communications with its Cloud SMS platform, allowing users to send real-time personalized communications via text,” said the company. The platform can be integrated into workflow automation specialist,Objectif Lune’s PlanetPress Connect. Through this new integration and new strategic partnership, customers can create simple … Read more →

GOA 2018 registration up 30% over 2017

The Graphics of the Americas (GOA) set for February 22-24, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida at the Broward County Convention Center, opened registration for its 2018 GOA NEXT tradeshow in early August of 2017 – and the number of attendees registered has increased by almost 30% when compared to its 2017 show Reimagine It. Gabriel … Read more →

CJ Graphics acquires Jeti Tauro and Jeti Ceres from Agfa Graphics Canada

CJ Graphics (Toronto), one of the most award-winning commercial printing companies in North America, has expanded its in-house capabilities with the addition of two new state-of-the-art wide-format printing systems from Agfa Graphics Canada. The company has added Agfa Graphics’ Jeti Tauro H2500 LED with ABF (Automatic Board Feeder), and the Agfa Jeti Ceres RTR3200 LED … Read more →

APP launches bio-degradable cups

“Coffee to go” has become part of the daily routine for 64% of Canadians, which averages out to about a barrel of coffee (152.1 litres) per year for every Canadian! When it comes to buying coffee at food service outlets, Canadians are actually number one in the world. As a result, we throw away 1.6 … Read more →

GPA extends 2017 Print & Design Contest deadline to November 3

GPA, a market leader in substrate solutions for digital, wide-format and offset printing, has extended the deadline for its 2017 Print & Design Contest based on overwhelming customer response. Now accepting entries until Friday, November 3, the extension allows entrants additional time to get their submissions in for the chance to have their work honoured … Read more →

Canon unveils imagePrograf TX Series

Canon U.S.A. continues to broaden its line-up of large-format devices with its new imagePrograf TX Series, designed for customers who have higher productivity needs for their technical documents. Consisting of four new devices (the imagePrograf TX-3000, TX-3000 MFP T36, TX-4000, and TX-4000 MFP T36), the TX series features major advances to the core technologies of … Read more →

Canadians demanding more smart and sustainable packaging: APP

Canadians are urging retailers to think about packaging size before they ship products. A survey of Canadians conducted by the market-research agency ORC International, for Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) Canada, found that about 6 in 10 Canadians take issue with the excessive packaging used for home-delivery items. Of those surveyed, 7 in 10 Canadians … Read more →

Idealliance launches BrandQ Packaging Supply Chain Management Program

Idealliance, the U.S.-based association for the Visual Communications and Media Industry, has launched BrandQ, a new educational and certification program that provides the packaging supply chain with tools, measurements, methods and language for controlling and monitoring print quality across the entire supply chain, as well as improving brand manager/supplier communications. The goal of the BrandQ … Read more →

Pitney Bowes Global Hackathon attracts over 2,000 developers to create 65 technology solutions

More than 2,000 developers from major technology firms have submitted 65 new technology solutions created during the Pitney Bowes Global Hackathon that took place September 29 through to October 10, 2017. The 65 solutions brought forward during the Hackathon are designed to remove the complexities of global commerce – including Document Security, Duties and Taxes, … Read more →

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