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Matt Bennett has joined Fujifilm North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division, as VP of global strategy and business development for packaging. He will be responsible for developing the product roadmap and global go-to market strategy for packaging, focusing on digital solutions.
Duggal Visual Solutions has added the world’s first Landa Nanographic Printing Press equipped with High Definition-ready capabilities to its fleet. The New York-based company serves some of the world's top brands with a variety of high-end print and packaging applications.
As Domino continues to grow its digital printing business, Matt Condon and Dale Rawhoof discuss their promotion and transition to focus on developing and supporting the corrugated sector.
The far-reaching impacts of COVID-19 will lead to a world that's increasingly digital, Benny Landa, founder of Landa Digital Printing, shared in a virtual Q&A session on Sept. 16. Alongside CEO Arik Gordon, Landa provided an update on the company's latest developments and expectations for the industry's future.
According to a new NAPCO Research report, the combination of buyer trends and inkjet technology innovations are promoting wider use of digital printing in the production of labels, corrugated, folding cartons, and flexible packaging.
New research from NAPCO Research and Memjet reveals how today’s inkjet printing systems enable printers and converters to transition work from analog to digital, meet new customer demands, and create new opportunities.
In a new report from NAPCO Media, which was sponsored by Memjet, approximately 300 label and packaging printers shared their insights into why digital printing and inkjet technology are poised for substantial growth across the label and packaging landscape.
Lloyd Kent has joined Domino as senior sales manager for corrugated, Digital Printing North America. Kent has more than 30 years of experience in the corrugated industry, which includes prior roles at EFI, HP, and Bobst.
Inkjet technology is rapidly gaining steam across the printing industry, and packaging is no exception. In this latest report from NAPCO Research, printers and converters share their experiences with digital printing and the ways they have deployed inkjet in their own operations.
The first installation of a Konica Minolta AccurioJet KM-1e has taken place at FolderWorks, a division of Navitor, both of which are business units of Taylor Corp. The installation of the production inkjet press will allow the company to move more aggressively into folding carton production.