The next event in the Sign and Digital Online series will be ‘Talking Textiles’ on 15 December.
Precision Proco Group has acquired 280-year-old London-based WKG Print (formally Witherbys). The £3m business - which works with many of London’s financial companies, museums, galleries and auction houses - will continue to trade under its own name, with eight key members of its team transferring to the new ownership.
Sabur has signed an agreement with Diferro to distribute its heat presses and calenders to the UK textile market sector.
Folex is looking for partners to help it roll-out a new ‘split-and-recycle’ concept, in which 65% of a roll-up film becomes recyclable plastic by simply pulling off the print graphics together with the coating.
Epson Europe has published its ‘Green Choice’ sustainability report 2019/20.
Durst will officially launch its P5 350 HS on 3 December, with an unveiling of the printer at its Customer Experience Centre in Brixen, Italy.
A new poll by FuturePrint and Ricoh shows a resilient print sector innovating amid accelerated change, with 44.93% expecting an increase in demand for inkjet print.
Digital user experience agency Sigma has published a report into remote working that shows the impact of poor workplace meetings and internal communications could cost a fortune in lost productivity.
New from Mutoh Europe is a 100kg feed and take-up system designed for the company’s 64in XpertJet roll-to-roll printers.
The Chancellor failed to mention the need to address business rates in his latest Spending Review for the financial year 2021-22, something Colliers International is calling “desperately disappointing” having made a plea for action on the point.
The World Out of Home Organisation (WOO) has added another national association to its ranks. Swedish Outdoor Impact is the latest to join - OMA in Australia, OAAN in Nigeria, OHMSA in South Africa and Central de Outdoor in Brazil also became members this year.
Digitally-printable fabrics provider Senfa has redesigned its website to show all its products in one place, and has simultaneously unveiled a new logo and emblem.
Agfa and Matthew Parker of Profitable Print Relationships have teamed up for a webinar on 3 December, aimed at helping printers who have diversified into wide-format get more from their investment.
Colliers International has issued a number of ‘asks’ it hopes Chancellor Rishi Sunak will address as he outlines what the Government intends to spend for the financial year 2021-22.