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Xerox has released its latest digital colour devices, the Versant 80 Press and the Color 800i/1000i Press.

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News 27 MARCH 2015
The Canadian Printing Industries Association (CPIA) plans to recognize Richard Armstrong’s outstanding achievement and commitment to the printing industry by nominating him for a Honourary Life Membership.

Honourary Life Membership is granted as an expression by the association of its appreciation for distinguished services to or, in the interests of, the CPIA.

CPIA chairman Sandy Stephens will make the proposal during an annual meeting on March 25. >>
News 27 MARCH 2015
The Wilfrid Laurier Press (WLU) will not have to phase out its services, as previously recommended. The Press will be integrated into the administrative structure of the Wilfrid Laurier University Library.

The director of the WLU Press will now report to the university librarian. The Press will become a part of the new vision for a Library Cultural and Learning Commons, and will aim to become a financially sustainable press without subsidy from the university. MIT, Stanford, Purdue and the University of Michigan are some of the schools that have also undergone a library-press integration. >>
News 27 MARCH 2015
Chinese manufacturer CRON and ECRM have formed a joint venture to sell CRON’s CTP product line in North America and Mexico. The new company, CRON-ECRM cut the ribbon on its North American headquarters and showroom in Tewskbury, Mass., earlier this week with CRON founder and board chairman Mike Xiang, ECRM executives, and local and state dignitaries in attendance.
“While others look to digital, CRON will focus on CTP. There are hundreds of thousands of offset presses in the world that will keep working for a long time to come and they will need CTP,” said Xiang. Mike Xiang founded CRON 20 years ago >>
News 27 MARCH 2015
Transcontinental’s revenue increased by 1.1% in its first quarter to $504.6 million from $499.3 million.  The increase is attributed to the acquisition of Capri Packaging and the Quebec newspapers from Sun Media Corporation. Transcontinental also signed a new printing and distribution agreement in 2014 that contributed to the revenues increase.

This growth in revenues was mitigated by disposals and closures, specifically the sale of Rastar's assets, a reduction in marketing products printing activities, a transitional slowdown in flyer printing activities in the United States and, to a lesser extent, in Canada, and challenging market conditions for advertising spending.
 
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News 27 MARCH 2015
Delphax Technologies Canada Limited, a global provider of high-speed digital printing equipment, is installing an elan 500 cut sheet MICR inkjet press, for Public Works and Government Services Canada in Quebec City.

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Special Feature 27 MARCH 2015
Inkjet presses popped into our collective consciousness about seven years ago, at Drupa 2008. It was then that HP released it T-Series web presses, Kodak literally unveiled the Prosper (the press was kept behind a curtain which was lifted for presentations a few times a day), Fujifilm showed a prototype of its J Press 720, and Screen presented its Truepress JetSX.


J Press 720 Inkjet Technology >>
News 27 MARCH 2015
manroland’s ROLAND 700 Evolution press is the winner of a 2015 Red Dot Award for product design.  Launched at the end of 2014, the 700 features an ergonomic operating user interface with touch-screen controls, Direct Drive technology, and feeder, delivery and dampening units specially designed for high-speed production. 

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News 12 MARCH 2015
ICON Digital Productions Inc., a provider of large-format digital graphic sservices has installed Canada’s first 98" Durst Rho 1312 UV inkjet digital printer.
 

From left, ICON Digital Productions’ Juan Lau,president and CEO; Alex Christopoulos CFO; and Joe Lloyd from Durst U.S., with Canadas first installation of the Durst 1312 UV hybrid digital printer >>
News 12 MARCH 2015
CHICAGO, IL AND LONDON,UK—A new study commissioned by Two Sides states that major global corporations are still ignoring regulations put in place to protect consumers from misleading marketing claims. Specifically encouraging consumers to go paperless in order to save the environment—even though legislation is being introduced by advertising standards authorities to stop these claims.

The study, which took place in February 2015, revealed that in the UK, banks, utilities and telecoms are still making these environmental claims. In the US half of the leading fortune 500 companies are doing the same. >>
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