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Two Chinese companies recently invested in Agfa’s water-based inkjet printing system for interior decoration. The InterioJet brings them top print quality and advanced customization for the digital printing of laminated surface designs.

With various branches in the Netherlands and Belgium, Verhoef has a proud heritage stretching back over 60 years. The company, based in Veldhoven just southwest of Eindhoven, supplies customers throughout the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and France, with high quality, durable products. Verhoef prides itself on delivering both the highest quality print – on various substrates including wood and plastic – and also on its rapid order fulfilment. In order to boost still further both production quality and speed, the company invested in an Acuity B1 from Fujifilm in early 2019.

Vancouver-based Premier Graphics recently used Drytac's ViziPrint Impress Clear film to produce a striking festive-themed window graphic for local skincare business Project Skin MD.

The installation of a Summa F Series flatbed cutting system has cut turnaround times dramatically for graphics company Grafx, including reducing some hours-long processes down to just a few minutes.

Like many of us across the industry, Appeal Media has felt the impact of 2020's Covid-19 pandemic. Every graphics business has had to adapt to survive the trying trading conditions, but Appeal Media - founded by lifelong friends Stephen Matthews and Scott McCabe in 2008 - appears to have thrived. The secret seems to be all about the attitude: always say 'yes'.

Vancouver-based full-service commercial printer Still Creek Press recently selected Drytac SpotOn Floor 200 to help students from the University of British Colombia (UBC) in Canada stage and perform an opera virtually for audiences at home.

Installation of a Jetrix LXi7 flatbed opens up the world of direct to substrate printing for AD Bell.

The Covid-19 pandemic has seriously affected the nation's galleries and museums, but Paul Bristow Associates' new HP Stitch S300 means people can wear their favourite artworks as hygienic face masks.

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