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Canon, together with Fotoba, has today launched UVgel Wallpaper Factory - a modular workflow solution for fully automated wallpaper production. It is available as an upgrade for existing Colorado large-format printer users and as an end-to-end solution for new ones.

The Covid-19 crisis has prompted the Printing Charity to bring forward the roll-out of its free helpline services, which it had planned to do gradually over the next 12 months (see feature at http://bit.ly/2t5wd13).

West London signage company FD Signs has delivered nearly 100,000 social distancing floor graphics for use across the London transport network.

Drytac has released Protac Antimicrobial in the UK and Europe, a new laminating film that protects surfaces against bacteria and fungus, and that has an indoor durability of up to 15 years.

The BPIF has published the results of its Coronavirus Support Schemes Survey, a follow-up to its Business Impact Survey conducted in March. It shows 12% of responding print companies have ceased operations entirely, with a further 73% having furloughed some employees.

Global Inkjet Systems (GIS) is collaborating with Esko to develop customer tailored solutions harnessing technologies, products and services from both parties.

Onlineprinters, owner of UK companies Solopress and LaserTryk, has renewed its French eco-label ‘Imprim Vert’ certification, proving its eco credentials in the process.

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