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Béflex, a PoC (Point of Communication) print expert company, will streamline its operations while strengthening business management capabilities in digital inkjet display graphics production with the purchase of an EFI Midmarket Print Productivity Suite, which features at its core EFI Pace ERP software. The Budapest-based company purchased the comprehensive business and production workflow suite from Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (Nasdaq:EFII) on the opening day of the FESPA Global Print Expo.

When you're one of the best car racing teams in the world, you need the very best graphics. That's why Renault F1 Team has chosen Roland DG’s new TrueVIS VG2, the second-generation eco-solvent print-and-cut device, to produce its race-leading Grand Prix prints.

“And finally, real orange!” The Dutch sign specialist Gielen Reclame (Valkenswaard) is incredibly enthusiastic about the successful beta test of the new 8-colour TrueVIS VG2 printer/cutter from Roland. So happy, in fact, that Chris Gielen immediately purchased two machines: “The addition of the new orange ink now provides us with the opportunity to make even better prints with certain corporate identity colours.”

Ever since GMG was founded in 1984, the fascination with colors has stuck to the company and eventually led to its specialization in color management. GMG as a brand stands for more than just excellent color management solutions. Making its customers happy is one of the major objectives at the German based business. That is why GMG gives insight into a longstanding collaboration with one of those clients through a joint project with Lösch, who rely on GMG solutions since over 13 years.

At Roland DG, we get very excited when we launch new devices and why wouldn’t we? It makes us proud when our investment in research and development results in ground-breaking new solutions. It’s easy to forget that our already-established devices are still changing lives and helping jump-start new businesses.

The new superwide format machine, launched in 2018, was installed at GlavPrint in February 2019.

When it comes to stamping its creative authority on the world of fashion and design, Emporio Armani certainly knows how to make a statement.

When architects and designers Tomaso Boano and Jonas Pri?montas, owners at London-based architectural firm Boano Pri?montas, were asked to exhibit their landscape installation, Alphabet, at Crate Brewery in Hackney, they initially planned to stage an existing project. However, after visiting the space, they were inspired to push the boundaries of creativity at the venue. The traditional white brick walls of the brewery – normally used as a blank base for hanging small pictures or paintings – could be turned into large windows on an infinite landscape to take the experience of urban Londoners to the next level. Only one piece of the puzzle was missing: how to decorate such large walls with 1:1 scale landscape pictures? The solution came from Mimaki EMEA who produced the prints in their Amsterdam showroom.

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