Lisi to be next Chair of Ryerson University’s School of Graphic Communications Management

Professor Jason Lisi has been appointed as the next Chair of Ryerson University’s School of Graphic Communications Management (GCM) beginning on July 1, 2018. The announcement was recently made by Charles Falzon, Dean of Ryerson’s Faculty of Communication & Design (FCAD). Lisi, a regular contributor to Graphic Arts Magazine, started teaching at Ryerson in 2003. … Read more →

Roland launches free new Dye-Sub Webinar Series

Roland DGA will be presenting the first in a series of dye-sublimation-related webinars titled What You Need to Know About Digital Fabrics and Why on Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 10 a.m. (PDT). This free, interactive, 30-minute live webcast will focus on the fabric essentials for dye-sublimation printing. Hosted by Roland DGA Product Manager Lily … Read more →

InfoTrends releases new study on high-speed inkjet printing in commercial print markets

InfoTrends’ latest study provides detailed insights about inkjet applications, usage and adoption that can help equipment manufacturers and paper mills to guide product strategies and go-to-market development efforts. This research includes insights from existing printers of high-speed inkjet in key market segments in North America and Europe. The study explores a range of topics such … Read more →

Agfa’s Holmes to explore inkjet special effects for value-added printing at BC Sign & Graphics Show

Brent Holmes, Agfa Graphics’ Account Manager for Western Canada (responsible for the OEM’s wide-format equipment product portfolio) will reveal to attendees how differentiate themselves from their competition by introducing various inkjet printing techniques that enhance and embellish graphics, in a special session titled Dimensional Printing. It’ll take place at 3 pm on Friday, April 20, … Read more →

Another blockbuster deal: Transcontinental acquires Coveris for $1.32 billion

TC Transcontinental Printing (Montreal, Quebec) has agreed to acquire Coveris Americas (Chicago, Illinois) for $1.32 billion (USD) that shall be paid in cash, subject to customary closing adjustments and regulations. The deal is expected to close in mid-2018 and will further solidify Transcontinental as one of North America’s top companies in the flexible packaging sector. … Read more →

Torstar more than doubles its pool of reporters in Western Canada

Torstar Corporation is more than doubling its pool of reporters at its western Canadian Metro free daily newspapers. While other newspaper entities are scaling back in light of competition from online-only publications, the move puts the publisher in direct digital competition with one of its biggest rivals, namely Postmedia Network Canada. The initiative represents a … Read more →

Canon extends capabilities of its imagePress C850 Series

Canon has added to the capabilities of its imagePress C850 series of cutsheet toner presses with the addition of an automated duplex feeder for banner sheets, plus improved workflow solutions. The ability to print banner sheets has been a popular attribute of the C850 series since its launch. The addition of automated duplex feeding for long sheets … Read more →

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