24 Sep 2020
The YPS Your Print Institute is an initiative designed to help commercial printers, sign makers, designers, creatives and crafters gain skills that allow them to harness their talents.

YPS launches Your Print Institute

The YPS Your Print Institute is an initiative designed to help commercial printers, sign makers, designers, creatives and crafters gain skills that allow them to harness their talents and help them get saleable products to market.

Avery Dennison enters strategic partnership with Lampe Textiles.

Avery enters strategic partnership with Lampe Textiles

Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions Europe has formed a strategic partnership with Lampe Textiles, and will become the sole distributor of Squid self-adhesive textile window films to the Graphics Industry in Europe, Middle East and North Africa (EMENA).

Completion of the acquisition by Kokusai Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd (“KPP”) of all Antalis shares formerly held by Sequana and Bpifrance Participations.

Kokusai Pulp & Paper complete acquisition of Antalis shares

Completion of the acquisition by Kokusai Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd (“KPP”) of all Antalis shares formerly held by Sequana and Bpifrance Participations New financing structure for Antalis KPP’s proposed friendly simplified cash tender offer Change in Antalis’ governance.

Stark Digital has been appointed as a new Drytac dealer in New Zealand, offering a wide range of self-adhesive materials for large format print and signage.

Drytac appoints Stark Digital as new dealer in New Zealand

Drytac, a leading international manufacturer of self-adhesive materials for the large format print and signage markets, has appointed Stark Digital as its new dealer in New Zealand.

Wide format printers, Imageco are going solar.

Wide format printers, Imageco are going solar

Leeds-based print and signage firm, Imageco have committed to install 256 tier 1 photovoltaic solar panels to generate enough energy to power their 30,000 square ft facility.

Estimated 82% will have returned to the office in 12-18 months.

Estimated 82% will have returned to office in 12-18 months

A new global business survey commissioned by Xerox Holdings Corporation shows an estimated 82% of the workforce in respondents’ organizations will have returned to the workplace in 12-18 months’ time, on average.