The June edition of New Zealand Printer Magazine takes a look at some international award winning New Zealanders; says farewell to an officer and a gentleman; lets you get a glimpse of PrntEx19; and delivers a mix of offset and digital technologies.
EIL Permark has won a Fespa gold award; no mean feat in an extremely competitive category.
New Zealand packaging companies also feature as PIDA winners in this year’s competition, held across the Tasman.
Laurie Pilling has recently retired as head of Admark Imaging. Ruth Cobb takes time to discuss Larie’s career and contribution to the industry and the country. Iain MacIntyre explains how The Real Media Collective can help gert your clients closer to print.
PrintEx takes place in Sydney in August and we have numerous reasons for you to get there.
In offset, Ryobi supplier Cyber explains the advantages of its latest presses and Böttcher Australia has news to share.
Heidelberg has become a leader in digitised and industrial packaging production. We talk to chief executive Rainer Hunsdörfer.
Remember to set aside July 3 for WePrint. We look at the speakers for this year’s one-day forum.
In wide format,we have news from Aarque as it moves into rigid media supply and Andy McCourt takes a look at dye-sublimation printing.
The New Zealand Printer Power 50 will return this year with support from Ricoh New Zealand, and it will change up its format as well.
We also look at the way a number of new digital technologies have improved life for Kiwi print companies.