Canon Canada announces new scholarship for environmental studies students

Canon Canada (Brampton, Ontario), an industry leader in digital imaging solutions, has created the Canon Canada Environmental Studies Scholarship. Canon’s commitment to the environment is guided by its worldwide corporate Kyosei philosophy. That is, all people regardless of race, religion or culture, harmoniously living and working together into the future. The Canon Canada Environmental Studies … Read more →

Second drupa preview sees almost a 50% increase in participation

The second edition of the online platform drupa preview was once again a highly successful event. The panel discussions and live webinar sessions on Tuesday, November 17, attracted over 3,848 participants from dozens of countries around the globe. The number of attendees at the second drupa preview increased by almost 50% compared to the first … Read more →

Onyx Graphics announces global availability of Onyx 21 software

Onyx Graphics (Salt Lake City, Utah) has announced the worldwide availability of Onyx 21, the company’s newest software release. Onyx 21 introduces Swatch Books 2.0 to print, scan, iterate and report on the ideal colour match, with options to add print-mode-defined colours with a single click. Intuitive PDF tile maps now streamline tile job workflows … Read more →

Connecting for Results hires Conway and Morrison

To meet the demands of its growing customer base, Toronto-based Connecting for Results (CFR), a specialist in mergers & acquisitions, market-driven management strategies, executive recruitment and transformation support, has engaged industry veterans Howard Conway and Nicole Morrison to join the company effective immediately. With over 40 years of experience, Conway’s breadth of knowledge and expertise … Read more →

Domino promotes Brunn to Digital Printing Project Manager

Joshua Brunn has been promoted to Digital Printing Project Manager at Domino Digital Printing (Gurnee, Illinois). He joined Domino in 2015 after a successful naval career in which he spent 20 years in the U.S. Navy, ultimately achieving the rank of ET1. Initially starting at Domino as an installation engineer within the Coding and Marking … Read more →

JetINX Printhead Drive and Ink Recirculation System drives new decoration printer

INX International Ink (Schaumburg, IL) continues to help OEMs develop complete digital inkjet printing systems with its JetINX Printhead Drive and Ink Recirculation System – a cost-efficient, industrial inkjet solution for the precise control of fluid temperatures and pressures that drives multiple printheads. The latest integration was the introduction of LSINC’s Perivallo360m – the first … Read more →

Ontario government rolls out $1,000 program to help small businesses with PPE costs

The Ford government is helping small businesses to defray the unexpected costs of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), according to Bonny Koabel (CPA, CGA), Graphic Arts Magazine columnist and expert in government funding. Koabel is also President of AKR Consulting Canada, a Mississauga, Ontario firm specializing in government grants, rebates, refunds, subsidies and tax credits. To … Read more →

Ryerson GCM students create webinar series on key industry topics

Graphic Communications Management (GCM) students at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto have gathered together research on important topics in the current printing and graphic communications industry. The timely webinar series will explore 18 specific topics covering sustainability, packaging, technology, publishing and strategy. The research was completed as part of a project-management class one semester before … Read more →

PPC welcomes Hunt as Board Chair

The Paperboard Packaging Council (PPC – Springfield, MA) has chosen Brian Hunt as the new Chair of its Board of Directors. Hunt has 30 years of experience in the packaging industry that includes 21 at the 775-employee, multi-plant Southern Champion Tray company (Chattanooga, TN and Mansfiend, TX). During the induction ceremony at PPC’s recent virtual … Read more →

Monadnock introduces new “Un-Plastic Alternative” for in-store marketing

Monadnock Paper Mills (Bennington, New Hampshire), the oldest continuously operating paper mill in the U.S., has unveiled an “Un-Plastic Alternative” for in-store marketing applications. Its ENVIsual Board is “a renewable, fibre-based and curbside-recyclable option engineered for a new generation of retail and hospitality graphics, POP displays and signage,” said the company. ENVIsual Board is FSC-certified, … Read more →

Epson debuts SureColor F170 Dye-Sublimation Printer

Epson (Los Alamitos, California) has announced its first 8.5-inch-wide desktop dye-sublimation printer, the SureColor F170, “enabling creative individuals and small businesses to easily get started in the personalized promotional goods market.” Designed to deliver fast, reliable dye-sublimation printing, the new printer is ideal for home or small businesses and start-ups looking to expand into the … Read more →

TC Transcontinental debuts Integritite packaging made of 30% post-consumer recycled plastic

TC Transcontinental Packaging (Montreal) has launched Integritite 30% Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) collation shrink film. The new packaging can be found in the AHA Sparkling Water printed case wrap appearing on select Sam’s and BJ’s Club Store shelves this Fall in Ohio, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Indiana, South Carolina, North Carolina, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi and … Read more →