Durst, an inkjet pioneer and manufacturer of advanced digital production technologies, has helped Gabel Group to transform its retail business and open up more export trade in a partnership approach. A major household linen producer and retailer based in the heart of Italy’s textile area, Gabel has invested in Durst’s Alpha 330 super high-performance multi-pass printer with the One-Step Greentex P ink.
Canon Solutions America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., have announced its collaboration with Color-Logic, a leader in decorative and reflective color communications systems. As part of the collaboration, Color-Logic has certified Canon Solutions America’s Large Format division for metallic effect printing with Océ Arizona printers.
The Islington centre of sign and graphics and visual communication specialist, FASTSIGNS, is celebrating after the completion of an ambitious project for the launch of the New Road Hotel in Whitechapel.
French software company Caldera can confirm that it’s market-leading RIP, Caldera Version 11.2, has qualified for full certification for driving the HP Latex R series of printers. The HP RIP certification is awarded to differentiate RIP partners who reach a specific and superior level of integration, compatibility and performance with the HP device in question. Only third-party companies that can demonstrate conformity across a range of criteria are awarded HP Latex certified status. The certification recognizes that Version 11.2 can fully support HP Latex R series printers for functionalities including printing performance, media management, printer reporting, job generation, job management and application center integration.
Kernow Coatings, the global leader in the development of digitally printable synthetic substrates, today announced the launch KernowPrint Pro-Lite, an RIT certified white synthetic material built using the company's proprietary Cobalt Coating Technology. KernowPrint Pro-Lite expands the range of certified materials for HP Indigo offered by Kernow and provides users with a softer, more flexible synthetic print media than traditional offerings.
Shortlisted as one of three finalists, Avery Dennison received the nomination for its recent introduction of a Sustainability Procurement Program, a collaborative evaluation platform providing sustainability ratings and performance improvement tools for the company’s global supply chain. The program rates suppliers in four key areas of activity: environmental, fair business, supply chain, and labor practice. The program’s overall objective is to engage suppliers in a continuous improvement process related to sustainability.