18 September 2019

GERMANY—

The world's largest Printing trade show
The world's largest Printing trade show
Drupa  has published the floorplan for the 2020 show  next June. The floor plan is similar to 2016.   HP again will be the largest exhibitor and  occupy all of Hall 17.  Many other exhibitors will remaining in the same halls as four years ago. Heidelberg will be in the new Hall 1 ( replaces the old  Halls 1 and 2 ).

18 September 2019

TORONTO—

 
 
 
Print Three has announced the acquisition  of Optic Signs.  A new division of Print Three they will be adding custom signage printing products. Under the Optic Signs name   Print Three will be expanding the brand  across Canada. Print Three franchise stated in 1970 has 47 locations across Canada. 

17 September 2019

MISSISSAUGA—

 
Acuity Ultra 5 meter with Staff of Impulse Graphic & Display
Acuity Ultra 5 meter with Staff of Impulse Graphic & Display
Impulse Graphic & Display Solutions  has  installed a Fujifilm’s Acuity Ultra, a 5 meter (197”) superwide UV press. The newest superwide UV printers from Fujifilm, the Acuity Ultra Series are available in a 3.2 meter (126”) and 5 meter version. With a 3.5 pl drop size ensuring the highest possible quality, the grand format Acuity Ultra is ideal for the high-end indoor display market.

17 September 2019

TORONTO—

Management workflow system
Management workflow system
Ryerson has  recently implemented the printlQ management workflow system (MWS)  for use in the Sign and Display Graphics course. The step-by-step process that forms a major part of any printlQ implementation includes check points to ensure accuracy and consistency from start to finish.

17 September 2019

LONDON. ONTARIO—

Chris Harvey new owner of Minuteman Press London
Chris Harvey new owner of Minuteman Press London
Chris Harvey always wanted to own a business and become his own boss.  He has bought the 15 year old  Minuteman Press printing franchise in London South, Ontario despite not having any printing industry experience. Chris says, “All of the tools have been provided since day one. The training I’ve received from Minuteman Press

17 September 2019

MISSISAUGA—

Head Office Mississauga
Head Office Mississauga
Konica Minolta has announce it is one of three vendors (with Xerox and Ricoh) who will deliver managed print services, software solutions, and fleet management to the Government of Canada. Konica Minolta met the  security requirements from a facility, product and personnel perspective as part of the evolving IT security requirements for government.

11 September 2019

MISSISSAUGA—

Ken Freek back at Heidelberg
Ken Freek back at Heidelberg
Ken Freek is back  at Heidelberg in the  position of Subscription Sales Support .  Using his print industry experience to support the team as they introduce Heidelberg Subscription to Canadian printers Ken has had several positions before , Digital Product Manger, Director of Sales and Service Digital Products , Director of Logistics and Vice President of Product Management. In 2016 left Heidelberg and went to Webcom. 

10 September 2019

MONTREAL—

Flexible packaging for the Banana industry
Flexible packaging for the Banana industry
Transcontinental is buying control of Trilex  a flexible plastics printer in Ecuador specializing in supplying banana industry . Trilex  of Guayaquil is the largest plastics supplier for the banana industry inEcuador .Trilex has about 170 workers making plastics packaging and farm plastics used for protection and pest control.Transcontinental is Trilex second operation in Ecuador.

10 September 2019

ENGLAND—

Our brain loves the printed word.
Our brain loves the printed word.
How do our brains respond to print vs. digital communications? It turns out our brains seem to love print, and there is a growing body of neuroscience that shows that print marketing affects us in powerful ways related to memory, recall, and enjoyment. Scientists are using neuroscience techniques like eye tracking and biometric measurements to gauge people’s initial reactions to physical media like paper-based ads.

10 September 2019

MONTREAL—

Hot market traceable packaging
Hot market traceable packaging
The funding for Collège Ahuntsic's technology transfer centre, the Printability and Graphic Communications Institute (ICI), will support researchers in developing intelligent telecommunications devices and sensors to make food packaging and other printed material traceable, which will provide security benefiting all Canadians.

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