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Wrapping overlaminate from Arlon provides greater conformability

William Smith is now offering a new wrapping overlaminate from Arlon that is designed to achieve greater conformability.

HP takes its DesignJet printers to Photokina

HP will display products from HP DesignJet printer portfolio as well as Indigo machines at the professional photo show Photokina in Germany this September. It will use its show presence to demonstrating the latest techniques available using HP inks, substrates and print technologies.

EFI launches Fiery certification programme

EFI has developed a new certification training programme for its Fiery digital print servers, tools, and software options.

Esko’s i-cut Suite wins award

Esko’s i-cut Suite has won a 2012 Printing Industries of America InterTech Technology Award – the sixth InterTech award Esko has received in the past ten years.

Inprinta brings out capsule filter for superwide market

Inprinta, a manufacturer of filters, spare parts and inks for inkjet equipment, has launched a new capsule filter, Microprint, for both solvent and UV ink applications in the superwide graphics inkjet market.

Derwent Displays Invests in HP Scitex FB7600

Derwent Displays of Denby, Derbyshire, UK, has bought an HP Scitex FB7600 industrial press to increase productivity of POS display units and to extend its product portfolio.

Wide-format a focus at Digital Print

Wide-format will be one of four focus areas within the new Digital Print UK show which will now take place next year.

EcoPrint sees the official launch of Aquares inks Version 3

EcoPrint will see Sepiax officially launch its Aquares V3 resin ink technology. At the event it will present Aquares 3.0 ink for semi-industrial and signage. The company also and promises to introduce other new products for OEM partners.

Most UK businesses are still ignoring ‘cookie’ laws

As many as 90% of UK website owners are currently ignoring EU laws requiring websites to obtain ‘informed consent’ from users before employing cookies to store information from a computer or mobile device according to Gary David Smith, co-founder of Prism Total IT Support.

Antalis McNaughton produces new recycled paper and board guide

Antalis McNaughton has produced a guide for recycled paper and board. It is divided by categories on coated, uncoated, carton/graphical board, premium uncoated and creative papers.

FPB blasts move to get SMEs to pay for health and safety inspections

A bid to force small businesses to pay for their own health and safety inspections is being criticised by the Forum of Private Business. Under the ‘Fee for Intervention’ proposals, set to come into force October 2012, firms deemed to be in ‘material breach’ of health and safety regulations by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) would be forced to pay inspectors’ hourly rates from the moment the inspection begins.

Ipex organiser acquires MediaPro

Informa Print and Media Group, the organiser of Ipex and the new Cross Media show, has acquired MediaPro from CloserStill Media. Informa will integrate MediaPro within Cross Media 2012, which runs from 3 - 4 September 2012 at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London.

Cabinet Office warns that the Olympics could crash the Internet

The Cabinet Office warned that business will have to expect loss of internet connections due to the massive surge in demand that will be caused by the London Olympics.