Connect! appoints national sales manager
22 Jan 2018
Connect!, the Bury based flexo origination company that is part of Schawk, has appointed Phil Perrin as national sales manager.

Changes in management at hubergroup
19 Jan 2018
Ursula Borgmann, who chaired hubergroup's management board and headed the technology division, handed over her responsibilities to her successors at the beginning of 2018 after more than 30 years in a leadership position.

Colordyne appoints Kerrie Rode as chief financial officer
19 Jan 2018
Kerrie Rode has joined the leadership team of Colordyne Technologies as chief financial officer (CFO). Ms Rode is responsible for strategically aligning the company’s financial planning, reporting and accounting functions.

Mark Andy chooses Flexo Wash for European demo centre
18 Jan 2018
Leading narrow web press manufacturer, Mark Andy, has installed a Flexo Wash PK Eco Maxi WR Parts Washer in its new showroom and demonstration facility in Poland.

The changing face of surface treatment
17 Jan 2018
Frank Eisby, CEO of Vetaphone, discusses the problems facing today’s narrow web converters and offers a simple guide to getting it right.

Sunimprof invests in more Mark Andy technology
17 Jan 2018
As one of Romania’s flexo pioneers back in the early 1990s, Sunimprof Rottaprint has relied heavily on Mark Andy technology to build its narrow web business in the Romanian market.

OMET appoints Paolo Grasso as head of sales
17 Jan 2018
Paolo Grasso has been appointed the new head of sales for the labels business unit at OMET.

Pyroll achieves Pantone Certified Printer status
17 Jan 2018
X-Rite Incorporated and its subsidiary Pantone, today reported that Finnish company Pyroll Packages is the first flexographic printer worldwide to achieve Pantone Certified Printer status.

SGK teams up with Hybrid Software
16 Jan 2018
Global brand development, activation and brand deployment company SGK has signed an agreement with Hybrid Software to licence its Packz native PDF editor for use in all SGK facilities worldwide.

Iceland gives plastic the cold shoulder
16 Jan 2018
Supermarket chain Iceland is committing to become the first major retailer to eliminate plastic packaging from all of its own brand products by the end of 2023.

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