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Antalis has launched Substr8, the interactive online product selector tool for interior and exterior large-format substrates.

Epson has brought out two new professional technical plotters - the 24in SureColor SC-T3100x and 36in SureColor SC-T5400M.

Memjet will showcase the capabilities of its new DuraFlex modular, single-pass print solution for OEMs at Labelexpo later this month (25-27 September). With the development, Kim Beswick, general manager of Memjet’s benchtop and mini-press division, claims “Memjet now has the technology to power any type of digital printer in the market”.

On-demand apparel brand printing specialist Spreadshirt is to renew and expand its fleet of DTG printers to support increased demand and to move into new categories.

Spandex is continuing to add to its Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film (SWF) offering. It has added six new satin metallic colours - wave blue, hope green, stunning orange, cool teal, lively green and blissful purple. All of the new films are available from Spandex at a 152.4cm width.

Daniele Faoro has become CEO of Guandong, the Italian-based media production and distribution company. Faoro, who extended his board role when he became MD just this summer, replaces founder Edoardo Elmi as CEO. Elmi will remain as chairman.

The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) has announced the winners of its 2019 Product of the Year competition. The winners - all available for sale in 2019 - were chosen from more than 200 entries across 72 categories, and include some well-known wide-format products.

Spandex has introduced the 3M Wrap Film Series 2080 film, said to have better conformability than the 3M Wrap Film Series 1080 range and with an increased durability of up to eight years.

Innotech Digital is opening new sites in Italy. With offices in Milan and Rome, as well as stock holding facilities, the opening of the Italian arm follows a similar launch to the that undertaken by the display hardware and super-wide format media distributor in France two years ago.

British born Matt Ashman is to head up the new Durst Oceania operation based in Australia. The official launch follows the conclusion of negotiations to acquire the business interests of Durst distributor Photo Electronic Services (PES) based in Melbourne.

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