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Less than a month to enter 2021 PICAs

Large Format is one of 32 categories in this year’s Print Industry Creativity Awards (PICAs), which run in each state with the winners going on to compete in the National Print Awards, to be presented this year during PacPrint 2021 in Melbourne on Thursday 30 September.

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April is 3D Printing month for Jetmark & Tractus

The Tractus range of 3D printers from The Netherlands is considered right at the top for industrial and signage use. Represented here by Jetmark, they are well supported with branches in every state, territory and in New Zealand and cover a huge range of sizes all the way up to 2.1 metres in height.

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Industrial printer shipments down 35% in 2020 - IDC report

According to the IDC Worldwide Quarterly Industrial Printer Tracker, industrial printer products in Australia and New Zealand unit shipments fell 35% YoY in 2020. Market Analyst Faris Latief has researched shipment in Graphics, CAD, Industrial Textile, Direct-to-Shape, Direct-to-Garment and Labels & Packaging. The good news is that shipments and installations are on the rise again.

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Big changes at Fujifilm

Hot on the heels of the name change of its subsidiary from Fuji Xerox to Fujifilm Business Innovation Corp., FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation is establishing new organisations for the Healthcare, Imaging and Graphic fields, to accelerate the generation of further synergies and new businesses in each sector.

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Lifting of NZ travel restrictions good news for PacPrint

The PacPrint floorplan is looking great, with six months still to go before the show opens. News of the NZ-Aus 'travel bubble' is perfect as, usually, 300-400 of our Kiwi cousins hop over the Tasman to 'have a squizz' at what's on offer at the Melbourne trade event. April 18th is the blessed day. Andy McCourt commentary.

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Out of Home on the road to recovery

The Outdoor Media Association sees “green shoots and improvement” for the Out of Home (OOH) industry despite a 24% fall in revenue to $158.1m for Q1 2021, compared to $207.8m for the same period last year.

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