X-Rite has reported that Finnish company Pyroll Packages is the first flexographic printer worldwide to achieve Pantone Certified Printer status. The initial certification audit was conducted at the company’s location at Joensuu, one of ten locations across the country. Pyroll plans to continue this program in 2018. The certification was carried out by X-Rite Solutions Architect Mark Gundlach and International Technical Support and Application Expert Maxim Siniak together with Certified Pantone Partner and packaging repro house Flexolahti Oy and X-Rite dealer KTA Oy.
Domino will use Label & Print 2018 (NEC Birmingham, 28th February – 1st March 2018) to demonstrate to the UK label and packaging market the numerous opportunities that ink jet can deliver, using samples produced with the company’s latest technologies.
Southern Colour Print, based in Dunedin, New Zealand has won some major awards over the last 20+ years the latest being in the Kodak Sonora Plate Green Leaf Awards.
Thin Film was one of the products displayed and the company was pressing the point that thinner film label stock means more labels on a roll, less downtime for roll changes and less storage and transportation costs. At the same time the product’s environmental footprint decreases significantly.
The Xeikon Café Exhibition and Conference scheduled to take place 20-23 March 2018 in Belgium, will feature a range of newly introduced components that will make the event even more relevant, informative and interactive for participants.
Print 21 have reported on the opening of the Holmesglen TAFE’s new digital print training centre, sponsored by Konica Minolta.
In the midst of heated discussions about packaging, avoidable plastic waste and a move towards a circular economy, a snap poll, conducted by Two Sides and international research agency Toluna, has revealed a strong preference for paper and cardboard packaging amongst UK consumers.
X-Rite Incorporated used the PIA Colour Conference and EFI Connect to announce that its award-winning eXact family of handheld spectrophotometers now includes a Spot Colour Tone Value (SCTV) feature that supports the latest ISO 20654 standard. The eXact SCTV configuration allows commercial and package printers to verify tone value for spot colours that correlate well with visual appearance. With this latest firmware update to the eXact family, printers will be able to more easily verify both spot and process colours that brands specify using the new standard.
Print broking company HH Global has been officially launched in Australia, with the team’s global CEOs making the trip down under to meet the suppliers and printers that produce its print work.
After 15 years at the helm of the Gallus Group, Klaus Bachstein has made the decision to leave the company for pastures new. Mr. Bachstein joined Gallus Ferd. Rueesch AG as Director of Marketing, Business Development and Screen Printing Business on 1 October 1995, subsequently also taking over responsibility for Service and Sales. In June 2002, he took over the position of CEO of the Gallus Group.
This phase saw many important developments: