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Manoukian-Argon “FREE” meets environmental requirements

and can be used on natural and synthetic fabrics.



FREE is a new range of PVC-free plastisol inks launched by Kiian Specialty InksFREE is a new range of PVC-free plastisol inks launched by Kiian Specialty InksItalian based Kiian Specialty Inks has announced the launch of FREE, a range of PVC-free plastisol inks which can be used with most textiles, from cotton to synthetics. The company also confirmed that the new inks meet all international textile standards and will be marketed under the Manoukian-Argon flagship brand.



Swedish company continues policy

of investing in the entire packaging process.



Left to right: Stefan Dahl, Production Manager at GAFS Kartong, Eitan Varon, Executive VP, Highcon, Nigel Tracey, International Sales Director, Highcon, Lasse Svärd, Sales Director and co-owner, Gafs Kartong, Jan Olof Jungersten, CEO Visutech, Annelill Annvik, MD, Sales, Gafs Kartong, Johan Lidström, Head of Postpress Solutions at VisutechLeft to right: Stefan Dahl, Production Manager at GAFS Kartong, Eitan Varon, Executive VP, Highcon, Nigel Tracey, International Sales Director, Highcon, Lasse Svärd, Sales Director and co-owner, Gafs Kartong, Jan Olof Jungersten, CEO Visutech, Annelill Annvik, MD, Sales, Gafs Kartong, Johan Lidström, Head of Postpress Solutions at VisutechGafs Kartong AB, of Värnamo, Sweden has become the first company in the Nordic region to purchase a Highcon™ Euclid. The company has a policy of investing heavily in the entire packaging process from design, through prepress, and printing to post-press. Highcon said the 25-employee company had seen the huge benefits to be gained in creativity, flexibility and speed from the Euclid, allowing it to respond to on-demand requests and the implementation of variable data.


Screen-printing specialist will supply German market

with the full range of Kornit direct printing systems.


L - R Oliver Luedtke, Kornit Digital’s marketing manager for EMEA, Verena and Marcus Borghoff of ESC Decotec, and Wilfried Kampe, managing director of Kornit Digit EuropeL - R Oliver Luedtke, Kornit Digital’s marketing manager for EMEA, Verena and Marcus Borghoff of ESC Decotec, and Wilfried Kampe, managing director of Kornit Digit EuropeIt’s been announced that Kornit Digital, which manufacturer’s and distributes professional digital textile printing systems for the clothing, fashion and advertising industries, has appointed ESC Decoration Technologies GmbH & Co KG as its distributor for Germany. Based in Bad Salzuflen, Kornit Digital’s new partner, also better known by its abbreviated name ESC Decotec, is a branch of the Europa-Siebdruck-Centrum and specialises in digital and textile printing technology. Managing director Marcus Borghoff with his sister, Verena Borghoff will be responsible for the Kornit business at ESC Decotec.



First European installation of LED curing printer

with revolutionary UltraDrop greyscale

7pL technology signed at Fespa Digital.

EFI UltraDrop logoEFI UltraDrop logoOn the first day of Fespa Digital, one of EFI’s™ long-term customer’s, Escher & Theiss Digitaldruck signed a deal for a VUTEk® GS3250LX Pro 3.2m printer with LED 'cool curing' and EFI's new 7 pL UltraDrop™ technology. The UltraDrop technology combines one of the smallest drop sizes available in its class with greyscale imaging and more precise control for customers that need the ultimate in image quality, crispness and speed.


New HP Indigo and Scitex solutions for

packaging industry introduced at exhibition.

The new HP Scitex 15000 Corrugated Press offers converters and display makers the ability to print direct to corrugated media as well as short-run and versioning capabilitiesThe new HP Scitex 15000 Corrugated Press offers converters and display makers the ability to print direct to corrugated media as well as short-run and versioning capabilitiesAt the recent interpack 2014 exhibition, HP announced the expansion of its graphics solutions portfolio to address the needs of the corrugated, flexible-packaging and folding-carton markets which it said had preciously not been addressed by digital printing technologies.


Company to showcase new solutions and

auxiliary products for direct-to-textile

digital printing at exhibition.

The MTEX 5032The MTEX 5032With direct-to-textile printing dominating industry news these days, Portuguese-based manufacturer MTEX believes 2014 will see it harvest additional sales and growth.


Digital Print Innovations secures deal

as sole UK and Ireland distributor.

DPI's Stewart Bell (right) welcomes new director Simeon Wicks, with Primex frames on show in the backgroundDPI's Stewart Bell (right) welcomes new director Simeon Wicks, with Primex frames on show in the backgroundUK based Digital Print Innovations (DPI) is expanding its team after securing a deal which will make it the sole UK and Ireland distributor for Primex display systems.


Roland DG sets course at FESPA Digital.

SOLJET PRO4 XR-640 SOLJET PRO4 XR-640 With FESPA Digital in Munich just around the corner, Roland DG believes this is the event where you can set your course for the coming years. So it’s inviting all event visitors to throw out their anchors at Booth 230 in Hall B1. Staying with a nautical theme, it added that ‘once on board’, visitors will get a closer look at its shipshape printers with the new ECO-SOL MAX2 or UV inks.


Company to play an important role

in supporting the exhibition.

xennia xennia Xennia Technology has confirmed its participation at the InPrint 2014 industrial print show which will take place in Hannover, Germany, between the 8th – 10th April 2014 (Hall 21, stand K16) . It is the first trade exhibition solely committed to print technology for industrial manufacturing which Xennia is a founding partner and sponsor.

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