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Signbox has printed and installed 39 graphic artworks at new Cardinia Real Estate UK properties in London. Previously home to RBS, the two adjacent buildings on the Southbank now house a leading marketing communications firm and needed an injection of colour and character to reflect the ethos of the new occupants. Cardinia Real Estate UK worked in collaboration with a number of artists, and with signage and display specialist Signbox, to transform the buildings with colourful and distinctive artwork displays throughout.

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The ability of Xeikon’s breakthrough Wall Decoration Suite to support cost effective short run production proved to be strong enough convincer for PPS and K&L Wall Art at this year’s Heimtextil. So much so that both German operations signed deals for the production lines during the five-day Frankfurt show.

Published in Printing World

SA International (SAi), the leading provider of software solutions for the signmaking, digital printing and CNC machining industries, will use ISA International Sign Expo (March 22-24, Orlando, FL – booth 2417) to demonstrate to print providers and sign & display companies how the recently relaunched can help them open the door to new customers.

Published in Business

Driver recruitment and training specialist Kinetic has invested in its most hard-working advert to date – an attention-grabbing reflective livery which provides powerful promotion throughout the day and night.

Published in Wrapping World

Wide-format solution specialist Caldera has announced the release of the latest upgrade of its market-leading RIP software. V11.2 will be demonstrated at C!Print, which runs in Lyon from 6th to 8th February. Three new features have been introduced in response to customer requests: HelpLinks, ContourNesting 180º and MultiLayer. At the same time, support was announced for a new OEM device: TotalColor qb, the Barbieri platform for spectrophotometers.

Published in Technology

The Printing Charity is calling for entries to the 2018 Print Futures Awards. Grants of up to £1,500 are available to help people aged 18 to 30 years pay for recognised UK training courses for careers in the UK printing, paper, publishing, packaging and graphic arts sectors or to develop their existing workplace skills in those sectors.

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