Seiko Epson has been selected for the second time as a component company of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and the Dow Jones Sustainability Asia Pacific Index, both leading indicators for socially responsible operations.
EskoArtwork ups presence in sign and display sector
EskoArtwork has strengthened its presence in the sign and display market by appointing B&P LightBrigade and Planet Media/Digital founder Bryan Stringer as worldwide business development manager sign and display.
The Sign Warehouse has installed Ireland's first upgraded Roland AJ 740i at its premises in Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim. The new machine was bought to increase production speed at the company which produces a wide range of van graphics, internal and external signage, banners, LED signs and window graphics.
Cover-Up has bought an Agfa :Anapurna M 1.6m wide-format industrial inkjet printer supplied by the Reprocentre. The new investment comes on top of a recent HP 9000 and a 3.2m HP Scitex XL1500 installed last year.
The BAPC has sourced an energy management company called Focus Assured to help you save money on your energy bills. "We're always looking to help members save money and energy costs are a major outgoing," said association chairman Sidney Bobb. "There are many energy management companies out there but a lot of them charge the client a fee. The one we've found has integrity and doesn't."
Dates have been announced for the Extensis 'Total Control Tour 2009', a half-day free seminar series looking at will the newly released Universal Type Server 2 for font management and Portfolio Server 9 for digital asset management.
Victory Design has added the ITL Evo sol R Series inks to its portfolio. The range has been formulated as a specific OEM colour match for supported Roland printer models (full list at www.victorydesign.co.uk).
A new study called 'Novel Applications for Printing Technologies' will set you back ?2,950 but for that you will get access to primary research and an in-depth look at novel printing methods and potential markets over the next 10 - 15 years according to its producer Pira International.
PrintIt! has gone green. The initiative designed to showcase the career opportunities offered by print, has unveiled its new 'green' identity being rolled out across all its collateral. The new-look centres on an update to the familiar logo, which is now a vibrant green, reflecting the environmental-based learning modules introduced into the 2009/2010 PrintIt! course, as well as the printing industry's commitment to use sustainable and eco-friendly substrates and print processes.
By pre-registering online and attending Sign & Digital Ireland / Print Ireland 2009 in Dublin (23 - 24 September) you will atomically be entered into the draw for Top Gear Live Premium Package tickets.