As Keystone Paper & Box saw its quantity of short run work increase, it realized an opportunity to improve its production efficiency with digital printing. Keystone executives Jim Rutt and Bob Papa spoke with Packaging Impressions about why they opted for the Landa S10 Nanographic press.
As the importance of efficiency and automation increases throughout the packaging industry, it has become important for companies to benchmark their digital maturity. Jan De Roeck, Esko's director of marketing, industry relations & strategy, spoke with Packaging Impressions about the company's new self assessment tool, which provides printers and converters with a snapshot of their digital maturity progress.
At Super Bowl LIV in Miami, Centerplate and PepsiCo partnered to make 100,000 cans of purified water available throughout the stadium. The transition from plastic to aluminum is evidence of brands beginning to follow through on their goals to reduce the amount of plastic used in their packaging. As this transition continues, printers will need to be ready to make their own adjustments.
Maxcess International and RotoMetrics announced the merging of the two companies last week. Odd Joergenrud, CEO of Maxcess, spoke with Packaging Impressions about the synergies between the two companies and the benefits the merger will have on the industry.
Packaging plays an essential role in the relationship between brands and consumers. A successful package requires strong communication between brand owners, designers, and printers.
After making a big splash at drupa 2016, Highcon is poised to expand its footprint in both the corrugated and folding carton segments. Shlomo Nimrodi, Highcon CEO, spoke with Packaging Impressions about the company's plans for drupa 2020.
To celebrate its new North American headquarters, MPS hosted an open house event on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at its new facility in Levittown, Pa. In addition to unveiling the Philadelphia-area Technology & Expertise Center, the event featured updates and presentations from MPS executives, customers, and partners.
Digital corrugated production printing burst on the scene around 2016, and has been on the rise since then. Karstedt Partners, a packaging industry research and consulting firm, has been benchmarking digital corrugated production and has released the first installment of the three-part report.
The 2019 Printing Impressions 400 has been revealed and package printers ranked among the top companies on the list. Check out where the top 10 package printers landed in this year's ranking and be sure to check out the complete list for a snapshot of the printing industry in 2019.
At the 2019 Digital Packaging Summit, a panel of three converters spanning multiple packaging segments discussed their experiences with digital package printing and the added value it brings to their customers. Listen in to some of their commentary here.
The show opened with an intensive educational session led by two printing industry consultants…
Convergence emerges at PRINTING United, the years-long collaboration between SGIA and NAPCO Media…
As software solutions continue to advance, all packaging stakeholders are benefiting from increased automation, efficiency, and clearer channels of communication.
The fifth-annual Digital Packaging Summit — the largest ever edition of the event — addressed all four major segments of the packaging industry and how package printers from across the board can benefit from all that digital printing and converting technology have to offer.
“Connected automation” is at the forefront of Komori’s latest developments in offset and digital printing, and was on display at a recent event in Yamagata, Japan.