After a turbulent year in which PMP’s results fell “very significantly short of original expectations,” Australasia's largest commercial printing company is changing its name to Ovato - from the word Ovation - as part of a new strategy to “reposition the company for the future.”
ASX-listed outdoor advertiser QMS Media has completed its majority buyout of global sports media businesses TGI US, TGI Europe and Stellavista and gained access to their signage portfolios that include 1,750 international sporting events and leading sports associations.
The ACCC’s Scamwatch unit has issued an alert over hackers who are targeting business emails in a “sophisticated” scam that has already cost Australian businesses $2.8 million this year, with one company hit for $300,000.
Digital printing giant EFI says its annual worldwide users’ conference to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada next month will be its largest to date, featuring a 30,000 sq. ft. innovation lab.
Organisers say entries are now open for the 2019 Pride in Print awards that celebrate the best of the New Zealand printing industry.
Griffin Press, a division of the region’s largest printer PMP, says a new four-year, $56 million contract with pubiisher Penguin Random House is part of a business transformation plan aimed at extending its printing capabilities.
As the conversion of classic or printed billboards to digital screens continues to reshape the out of home advertising industry, oOh!media added a new dimension to its latest classic outdoor ads.
Meteor Inkjet, the UK-based supplier of electronics and software for industrial inkjet printheads, updated its software portfolio with the integration of the new Harlequin Host Renderer RIP, which will be on show this week at InPrint in Italy.
The new EFI Reggiani BOLT, which runs up to 295 feet per minute, made its debut at a packed open house event at EFI Reggiani's facility in Bergamo, Italy. “The BOLT re-writes the rules of digital textile single-pass printing," says EFI Reggiani GM Adele Genoni.
Sydney signage business Display Systems Australia says its new Mimaki UCJV300-160 inkjet printer has doubled its production speed and significantly reduced its ink usage.