12 May 2021
Summa nv, a leading manufacturer and supplier of high-end cutting, finishing and laser cutting solutions, is honoured to have received the 2020 EDP Award for its L3214 Laser cutter.

Summa L3214 laser cutter receives EDP Award

Summa nv, a leading manufacturer and supplier of high-end cutting, finishing and laser cutting solutions, is honoured to have received the 2020 EDP Award for its L3214 Laser cutter in the category of Best digital wide format cutting solution.

Thermal print segment poised to rebound from 6.2% Covid drop latest Smithers analysis shows.

Thermal print poised to rebound from Covid drop say Smithers

The global demand for thermal print equipment and consumables (direct thermal, thermal transfer, and dye diffusion thermal transfer) will reach $34.11 billion in 2020 according to the projection in the latest dedicated Smithers study – The Future of Thermal Printing to 2025.

Covid-19 shock heralds a decade of digitisation and disruption for global print industry latest Smithers market data reveals.

Covid-19 heralds decade of disruption for print say Smithers

Worth a total of $743.4 billion in 2020, the global print industry will see this as a liminal year that will redefine its future across the 2020s.

European Digital Press Association rewards Agfa’s Oberon RTR3300 large-format printer.

Agfa Oberon RTR3300 receives EDP award in wide format category

Agfa’s Oberon RTR3300 inkjet printer has received the 2020 EDP Award for ‘large & wide format printing system in the category roll-to-roll printer up to 320 cm’.

Konica Minolta launches virtual showroom. Online platform helps create holistic approach for customer journey in a “new normal”.

Konica Minolta launches virtual showroom

Konica Minolta, a global technology innovator, has launched a Virtual Showroom platform to create a new immersive experience for customers and prospects as part its holistic approach in the “new normal”.

Digital Print industry cautiously optimistic despite pandemic, study has found.

Roland DG study finds print industry cautiously optimistic

A major Roland DG study of more than 340 digital print companies in the UK conducted in November 2020 has revealed that despite the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, the industry is currently cautiously optimistic about its future.