19 Sep 2020
Flexo market to reach $181 billion in 2025 due to increased demand in packaging print says Smithers data.

Flexo market to reach $181 billion in 2025 says Smithers data

The global value of flexographic printing will rise from $167.7 billion in 2020 to $181.1 billion in 2025, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.6% at constant prices, according to the latest exclusive research from Smithers.

Five reflections from Covid-19 for the future of print businesses.

Five reflections on how Covid-19 alters the future of print

Six months in lockdown has given us plenty of time to reflect on the profound changes the pandemic has had - and will continue to make - on our industry.

Kornit Digital, a worldwide market leader in digital textile printing technology, announced the creation of a new Kornit Digital UK entity.

Kornit Digital establishes United Kingdom operation

Kornit Digital, a worldwide market leader in digital textile printing technology, announced the creation of a new Kornit Digital UK entity, devoted exclusively to serving the United Kingdom market, the industry’s largest market in the EMEA region.

Fujifilm’s Jet Press obtains anti-microbial and antiviral coating option after successful trials.

Fujifilm Jet Press with anti-microbial antiviral coating option

Finishfit Microbe Protect 2400, developed by Epple Druckfarben AG in Germany, was tested on a wide range of Jet Press printed products at Fujifilm’s Advanced Print Technology Centre in Brussels.

Zund UK and Inca Digital announce new Innovative Solutions based Partnership.

Zund UK and Inca Digital announce new partnership

Zund UK and Inca Digital have today announced a new innovation-based partnership that sees both companies working together to offer customers in the signage, graphics and packaging industries fully automated print, cut and robotic offload workflow solutions.

More than 40 percent of UK shoppers have stopped visiting shops with unclear social distancing signage.

UK shoppers avoid shops with unclear social distancing signs

More than 40 percent of UK shoppers have stopped visiting stores that have unclear signage on social distancing, according to the findings of a European study of 2,500+ shoppers from Roland DG.