TAGA calls for papers for its 2020 Annual Technical Conference by September 9

The Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) has issued its annual call for Scientific Papers and Technical Innovation Papers for its 2020 conference. The conference will see industry leaders, innovators, researchers and scientists highlight their latest research and developments within the printing and graphic communications industry. Papers accepted and presented at … Read more →

Byrne appointed Eastern Canada Sales Rep for Rollem

Print-finishing specialist Rollem International (Anaheim, California) has announced the appointment of Paul Byrne as its Northeast Sales Representative. Byrne most recently served as a Regional Finishing Solutions Manager for C.P. Bourg. He brings several years of finishing experience to the company, where he’ll represent Rollem’s slitting, scoring, perforating and collating systems, along with its Insignia … Read more →

Mactac partners with Canon for approved products for Océ Colorado 1640 Printer

Pressure-sensitive adhesive supplier Mactac (Stow, Ohio) has announced a new collaboration with Canon Solutions America. Recently, with Canon’s rising customer demand for increased vendor options of roll-to-roll self-adhesive vinyl materials, the two companies have been working to build an approved, high-performance portfolio of products for use on the Canon Océ Colorado 1640 Printer. After thorough … Read more →

CJ Graphics acquires the assets of ACME Ticket

CJ Graphics (Mississauga, Ontario), one of the most recognized and award-winning printing and communication companies in North America, has expanded its product offerings with the addition of the assets of ACME Ticket. ACME Ticket is an industry leader in the ticket-printing business and has been operating for more than 60 years. Its clients include MLB, … Read more →

Multi Bookbinding installs Muller Martini KM610 Perfect Binder

With the current strong demand for hardcover bookbinding across North America, Multi Bookbinding (Shawinigan, Quebec), Canada’s only hardcover book trade bindery, recently invested in a Muller Martini KM610 Perfect Binder. The company produces runs from 100 to 50,000 copies. “The main reason we upgraded our finishing line is because we’re seeing more and more requests … Read more →

Signarama expands into Quebec

Signarama, the world’s largest sign franchise, has announced its expansion into the province of Quebec. Signarama has more than 30 years’ experience and over 800 locations worldwide. “The strategic move unifies Canada under Master License Partners Anas Saltaji and Salekh Al Around, and increases the brand’s growth and strength across North America,” said the company. … Read more →

Avanti Slingshot showcased at National Postal Forum

Canadian Print MIS leader Avanti Computer Systems (Toronto) is front-and-centre this week at the National Postal Forum, the largest annual event for the U.S. mailing and shipping industry. The conference, which began Sunday, May 5 and runs to Wednesday, May 8 at the Indianapolis Convention Center, is viewed as an official communication venue between the … Read more →

Epson to open its first Technology Centre in Canada May 9

Epson will officially open its first technology centre in Canada Thursday, May 9th with a special open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony. Celebrations will begin at 1 pm, a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 3 pm, and the open house will conclude at 5 pm. Snacks and refreshments will be served. The new Epson Technology … Read more →

Ingersoll Paper Box installs KBA-Iberica Optima 106K Die Cutter

Ingersoll Paper Box Company (IPB – Ingersoll, Ontario), a leader in the Canadian packaging print and folding carton market, is reaping the benefits of installing a KBA-Iberica Optima 106K Die Cutter from Koenig & Bauer (KBA) Canada earlier this year. This includes its fast speeds, quick turnarounds, high productivity, user friendliness and blanking capabilities. Although … Read more →

Ryerson to host three-day G7 training starting May 14

Toronto’s Ryerson University School of Graphic Communications Management will host three days of G7 Training May 14-16, 2019. Led by G7 Expert Don Hutcheson, the course will provide extensive hands-on experience, collaboration with other leading colour experts, discussion, and demonstrations of leading practices in G7 implementation, optimization and management of production print workflows. Instruction will … Read more →

SAi Launches more powerful Flexi sign-making software

SAi (Salt Lake City, Utah) has introduced Flexi 19, a more powerful and feature-rich update of its flagship signmaking software “engineered to meet the demanding design-to-production challenges of sign and display and large-format print providers,” said the company. Central to Flexi 19 is a faster, high-performance 64-bit RIP engine. Thanks to an increase in speed … Read more →