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AGS Installs first Standard Hunkeler PF7 double plow-fold system

AGS, a Consolidated Graphics company, recently installed the first Standard Hunkeler PF7 double plow-fold system in North America, enabling its Kodak Prosper 5000XL high-speed inkjet web press to gain efficiencies by running and finishing wider rolls i…

EFI Auto-Count Integrated with Heidelberg POLAR Cutters

EFI’s Auto-Count direct machine interface technology is now integrated with Heidelberg high-speed cutting equipment. Users now have real-time reporting and scheduling capabilities. Auto-Count is an industry-leading direct machine interface system that has been deployed on sheetfed and web presses, flexo presses, perfect binders, saddle stitchers and folders.

Ray Prince Earns PINE Kudos

PINE, New England’s largest trade association for printing and graphic communications companies, has named well-known industry expert Ray Prince of recipient of its 2011 Influencer Award. Prince’s award will be one highlight of the trade association’s annual Industry Awards Gala, set for Tuesday, Nov. 15 in Newton, Mass.

Labelexpo Europe 2011 breaks all records

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Labelexpo Europe 2011, which took place 28 September – 1 October in Brussels, has broken all previous records in terms of visitors, exhibitors and equipment sales; making it the largest and most successful label event to date.

Thu, 10/06/2011 (All day)

In total, 28,636 visitors from 118 countries attended this year’s show – an increase of 18.6 per cent over 2009’s show. Labelexpo Europe also attracted 550 exhibitors (up from 544 in 2009) and occupying six exhibition halls at Brussels Expo, was the largest in its 30 year history.

By the end of the show, 81.3 per cent of the exhibiting space was already been rebooked for Labelexpo Europe 2013 as exhibitors reported buoyant trade with a high level of machinery and material sales being made.

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Youthful Appeal

According to a recent report, “China Wine Industry by 2014,” the increasing influence of China’s younger population toward Western cul…