New Zealand print industry members have a chance to hear how Landa Digital Printing intends to disrupt the print market through Nanographic printing presses.
Michael Mogridge, sales director for Landa Digital Printing, Asia Pacific and Japan, will speak at the PrintNZ Industry Forum next month in Christchurch.
Landa Digital describes its technology, which uses ultra-small particles measured in nanometres, as a new paradigm, enabling printers to migrate mainstream applications to digital production, which in turn should create business opportunities in the commercial, packaging and publishing markets.
Commencing his career as a chemist formulating printing inks, Mogridge has 35 years’ experience in the industry, of which the past 20 years has seen direct involvement in the introduction and establishment of digital printing in Australia and Asia. Coming from the supply side of the industry, he has worked with both small entry-level investments through to multi‐million dollar complete solutions, and has seen many companies in Asia and around the globe start up and develop their digital business.
Ruth Cobb, general manager for PrintNZ, says, “Michael is one of four high quality presenters who will deliver insights to the PrintNZ Forums. The others include Mark Micklefield, security consultant with Kaon Security; Peter Biggs, national chief executive of advertising agency, Assignment Group New Zealand; and Kellie Northwood, executive director of Two Sides Australia. Registrations are now open.”
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What:        PrintNZ Industry Forum
When:       March 9
Where:      Rydges Hotel, Christchurch

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