PRINTING United – Pre-Show Newsletter
In this PRINTING United Exhibitor Spotlight, Packaging Impressions spoke with Chris Manley, president of Graphco, a North American distributor of RMGT equipment, about what RMGT equipment attendees can look forward to seeing at PRINTING United Expo, heading to Orlando, Fla., on Oct. 6-8.
Packaging Impressions caught up with Clarence Penge, Heidelberg's executive VP of product management, to talk about what attendees can expect to see at Heidelberg's booth at this year's PRINTING United Expo, taking place Oct. 6-8 in Orlando, Fla.
With the latest innovations in the world of printed electronics, we move one step closer to the ability to directly print microchips onto paper and plastics. While the technology still has a long way to go, it is a tantalizing glimpse of the future of print.
PRINTING United UX has announced that Xeikon’s popular Xeikon Café will be part of this fully developed event experience, which takes place Oct. 4-6, leading up to PRINTING United Expo 2021.
Over the past several years, a renewed intensity in sustainability has emerged with new focuses on microplastics; ocean plastics; circular economy; environmental, social, and governance (ESG) scoring; and extended producer responsibility.
Recovery has begun for the printing industry. Sales are growing and confidence is on the rise, but operating cost inflation and labor shortages are squeezing margins. Those are primary conclusions of the second quarter 2021 Print Business Indicators Survey.
Epson has announced new in-line solutions for the SurePress L-6534VW UV inkjet digital label press, including the integration of a finisher, external unwinder, and inspection systems from partner companies.
A traditional offset printer with a primary focus on folding cartons, Pacer Print and Packaging of Chatsworth, Calif., shifted 80% of its label business in-house with the new inkjet press.
An efficient production process is imperative to a successful packaging operation, and finishing is a key component that should not be overlooked.