British Coatings Federation chief executive Tom Bowtell has been elected vice president of the World Coatings Council.
Coker Expo as bought a HP Latex R2000 Plus printer to support its new partnership with Huebox to deliver large-format, modular, dynamic, animated lightbox systems.
Adapt (Amari Digital Printing Technologies) has added more than 300 3M Di-Noc Architectural Finishes to its media portfolio.
Zaikio hopes connect the whole printing industry through a new holistic platform, which has initially launched with a Procurement App Store.
CMYUK is offering a selection of Kickstart placements at its demonstration and training centre in Shrewsbury.
New from Mutoh Europe is the 64in-wide, 8 channel, roll-fed dye-sub XpertJet 1682WR.
William Smith has revived its exclusive UK distributor status on the Rollsroller Flatbed Applicator. It follows a new agreement made with the Sweden-based originator and manufacturer of the machine, Reklamide.
Enfocus has released BoardingPass, the PDF file checker it made available for public beta testing last year.
Global Graphics Software has joined the OPC Foundation, the organisation responsible for the development and maintenance of the OPC (Open Platform Communications) Industrial Interoperability Standard.
Spandex has extended its offering with IP 3200 Promotional Gloss vinyls with permanent adhesive, and IP 3300 Promotional Matt vinyls with removable adhesive.
SwissQprint's flagship Nyala machine has headed up the European sales rankings in the ‘UV flatbed/hybrid printers up to 60in wide and in the EUR 130,000 – 500,000 price’ segment according to Infosource.
Mimaki Europe has confirmed it will exhibit at the first virtual.drupa (20-23 April 2021), where it will unveil two new printing platforms that will feature what the company says are “cutting-edge capabilities to print special formats and onto special substrates - additions designed to open new application opportunities in the large-format and fashion industries”.
SAi has upgraded its EnRoute 7 CAD/CAM software with a 64-bit engine to make it faster.
London South Bank University (LSBU) is donating £150k to ‘Reskilling the Recovery’, a project to create new apprenticeships for low-paid Londoners.