Nilpeter, a Denmark-based a narrow web print provider is broadening its Canadian reach by assigning Nilpeter veterans Fran Mayo and Robert Wray to represent the company in the region. The Eastern region of Canada from Ontario east will be represented by Mayo, and the west by Wray.
“These new opportunities bring a more focused and direct approach to our partners, and broadening our outreach will allow us to better serve our customers and their needs. Doing it with the most experienced and knowledgeable team of sales people will only bring direct value to our customers”, Paul Teachout, vice president of sales & marketing for Nilpeter North America said. “Fran and Rob have a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience to share with our customers, so our partners will see an immediate impact in their representation.” >>
Heidelberg has released the Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor, a zoneless inking unit with dampening system for short runs. The new unit reduces waste, up to 90 percent when compared to machines with conventional inking units, making the machine an environmentally friendly option.
B&R Moll, Inc., a supplier of folder/gluers and specialized bindery finishing equipment for printing and packaging facilities, has developed the Rotary Die-Cutter System. The new machine is specifically designed to integrate complex die-cutting, folding and gluing functions on a range of sheet-fed media and packaging. >>
OKI Data Americas is upgrading its multimedia production platform family of production-quality A3 color devices by announcing the release of the new C931e and C941e. The new full-colour devices offer enhanced feature sets, speed, and superior output quality, which includes white and clear printing capabilities (C941e). >>
Weber Marking Systems Canada, a worldwide manufacturer and supplier of pressure-sensitive labels and labeling systems has named Michael Brown vice president and general manager.
Brown has over 20 years of executive leadership experience. He served as president of Domino Canada for several years and in 2007 was appointed to the role of president-North American operations, responsible for the U.S., Canadian and Mexican businesses. >>
Xeikon’s strategy of focusing on the label and packaging market is paying off with impressive growth. That was the key message during a press and analyst meeting, which the company hosted in in Orlando, Fla., in late November.
PrintCAN editor, fourth from left, and colleagues suit up to tour the Xymogen nutritional supplement facility in Orlando.
Company execs delivered an update on the company’s performance to date, and took the journalists and analysts to tour Xymogen, a manufacturers and distributor of nutritional supplements, which also houses a digital label printing shop with a Xeikon 3500 press. >>
A Coca-Cola Israel campaign for Diet Coke has created a exclusively colourful experience for its customers. For the company’s "Stay Extraordinary" campaign coke bottles were covered with unique, one-of-a-kind labels. How unique? Well there were over 2 million bottles produced and every single bottle is different.
The global inkjet market is forecast to grow rapidly at an average annual growth rate of 12.7% in volume terms between 2014 and 2019.
In 2014 inkjet ink sales will be $6.2 billion, some 57,500 tonnes, while printers and converters will spend a total of $3.3 billion on new inkjet presses and equipment. Prospects for growth in all sectors are very positive.
The new study - The Future of Inkjet Printing to 2019 - examines the global markets for inkjet print and printed packaging from 2009 to 2019, together with the key supplier sectors for new inkjet print equipment and inkjet inks. The study investigates the current and likely future technology developments that will shape the inkjet market over the next five years, providing market data from 2009 and forecasts to 2019, in both value and volume terms. >>