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South African newspaper producer, Caxton’s recent upgrade on its inserting systems has recouped costs within six months after installation.

Every industry faces different challenges and every business has diverse needs; a fact that is emphasised in a world where organisations across the board are facing increasing pressure to remain efficient while also managing a carbon footprint, cutting operational costs, maintaining effective security measures, as well as adopting to the growing trend of flexibility and mobility for human resources.

It is simply impossible for most businesses to move away from the printed page. In fact, research conducted by Forrester states that 8 percent of all information processed is still paper-based. Government forms and legally binding contracts still require ink signatures, and hard copies are mandatory for court documents. The paperless office may have been spoken of in the 198s, but in reality, the contrary has occurred and international volumes are calculated to be reducing at only one to two p [ ... ]

Canon Europe, a world-leader in imaging solutions, has launched the professional edition of its intuitive scanning software CaptureOnTouch for the imageFORMULA range of document scanners. Designed to meet the diverse scanning needs of business users, the CaptureOnTouch Pro platform simplifies document capture while delivering enhanced enterprise functionality.

X-Rite Incorporated, a global leader in colour science and technology, and its subsidiary Pantone LLC, will demonstrate its latest colour-related solutions for the labels and packaging industry at All4Pack, the global marketplace for packaging, scheduled for 14 to 17 November in Paris. Located in Stand 6R132 at the show, the X-Rite Pantone booth features the theme ‘Colour as You Imagined It’ and showcases the industry’s most complete end-to-end colour measurement, management and process co [ ... ]

  Now in its second year, Printing SA celebrated the International Day of Print and encouraged all members of its organisation as well as the local youth, to participate in the global 24-hour celebration. This annual celebration is aimed at highlighting the creativity, importance and power of print and paper, and was celebrated by both the trade and local school, Phomolong Secondary School in Thembisa, Kempton Park.

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