Canon imaging solutions has partnered with education charity, Room to Read, to create and deliver more than 3000 books to 176 schools across South Africa. This is in aid of promoting reading and learning as part of an overall drive to boost literacy levels and education....
The new British five-pound note, proudly praised as a revolution when introduced by the Bank of England, will be more hygienic, stable, durable and environmentally-friendly, but contains animal fat. This is the first time a special plastic is used for printing instead of paper. The polymer banknote can even be washed and does not need to be replaced often....
Italian print service provider, Ligurgaf has bought the 2 th Ricoh Pro C71 colour cut sheet press. The press, launched in December 214 was one of the first to provide a fifth colour station with long sheet printing.
Komori Corporation and SCREEN Graphic and Precision Solutions Co., Ltd have completed the development of a new integrated workflow solution. The system significantly enhances automation in all processes, from prepress to postpress.
Canadian Bob MacDermott, a double amputee, touted amongst the world’s most inspiring golfers, is confirmed to participate in the 217 Canon South African Disabled Golf Open. The event will be held in Cape Town from 15 to 17 May at the King David Mowbray Golf Course. The annual competition, hosted by the South African Disabled Golf Association (SADGA), incorporates the world’s top golfers with disabilities. Last year 3 percent of the field boasted single figure handicaps. More than [ ... ]
Informa Exhibitions recently announced that Dscoop, the independent multi-disciplinary community of graphic arts business owners and technical professionals, will participate in IPEX 217.
Imaging solution provider, Canon, announced this month that it renewed its contract and became the first company to serve as an official sponsor for Rugby World Cup 219 in Japan. The Rugby World Cup will take place in 12 host cities across the country from 2 September to 2 November.
A bookstore is likely one of the first places to visit for year-end and Christmas presents. The reasons are obvious as a book is a quality gift that ages gracefully and, if well chosen, holds appeal and hours of pleasure beyond the initial delight of unwrapping it.