Fri, Dec

EFI has turned its facility in Castellon, Spain, into a manufacturing operation for production-level single-pass inkjet printing for packaging. display graphics and other adjacent markets.

Modular exhibition stands supplier Tecna UK has been awarded Tier 5 Sustainability Accreditation by ESSA, the Events Services and Suppliers Association - the first exhibition stand builder to be awarded this new highest tier (previously platinum).

Newly released in Europe is Mutoh Direct, a new cloud service for Mutoh dealers to remotely monitor end-users’ printer status and usage for more effective service and support.

Fespa has published the headline findings of its 2023 Print Census, highlighting the impact of rising sustainability demands and evolving customer requirements on business models and investment plans.

Mimaki Europe is to run a series of 200 in-person application days across EMEA in conjunction with its distribution partners. The ‘Mimaki Application Days’ will take place over the next six months, each featuring localised content designed to provide customers with face-to-face application-focused information and advice to support business growth.

Fujifilm Europe has booked a 20% larger stand at Drupa 2024 than it had orginally planned. Instead of the 2,020m2 stand it initially reserved in hall 8b it will now have a 400m2 of additional space.

Drytac has appointed a new director of sales for the Americas. Glen Fitzgerald takes on the mantle having served as technical sales manager for industrial products in Canada since joining Drytac in September 2021.

Screen Europe has unveiled its new Inkjet Innovation Centre (IIC) in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, where, for the first time, the manufacturer can showcase all its inkjet digital printing equipment in one room.

Following Roland DG’s purchase in July of a 50.1% stake in UAB Dimense the Lithuanian company’s name has now been officially changed to UAB DG Dimense. The move marks the beginning of its operation, under a new organisational structure, as a Roland DG group company.

Imageco has received a £45,000 grant from the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) as a result of its commitment to improving entry-level employment opportunities within the city. The company, which has a team of 28, has recently made five new entry-level hires. The new capital will help the expanding firm buy a swissQprint Nyala 4 flatbed printer to diversify its services.

Online print business WTTB’s has introduced a pay-as-you-go graphic design service. The move follows the company’s introduction of Artworker+ last year, set up as a monthly subscription service with a variety of different price tiers. With the pay-as-you-go option the subscription option is now limited to one tier only.

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