The Taylor Bloxham Group is celebrating being the first print company in the world to receive certification for print colour quality at professional level from a UKAS accredited certification body.
The BPIF are always looking for ways to continuously develop and improve their offering to the industry and, following a suggestion from the BPIF's Apprentice Council in November 2017, are pleased to announce that they will be rolling out a nationwide peer mentoring support network for their learners later this year.
On 30 January, version three of the newly titled BPIF Colour Quality Management Certification Scheme is being launched at the St Bride Foundation in London. The new scheme has been simplified to enable more companies to demonstrate their commitment to excellence in colour management. The launch results from feedback from all interested parties since the first publishing in 2010 of the ISO 12647 Colour Management Certification Scheme.
Canon and the British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF) are joining forces to offer a special seminar featuring expert panel discussions and insights into supporting business growth in 2018.
Rob Fisher explains, “We are delighted this year to have a team of BPIF industry experts who will be on hand to offer support on business efficiency, HR, legal or health & safety matters to our audience.”