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Monotype's Pencil to Pixel comes to New York next month

Following a successful event in London last November, Monotype is bringing the Pencil to Pixel exhibition to New York so that US-based font fanatics and type devotees can get an up close look at rare items that played a major role in the modern development of print

GOA study points to Latin American opportunity

The Graphics of the Americas Expo & Conference (GOA) is predicting solid 4% commercial printing industry growth throughout Latin America next year.

Color-Logic showcases metallic print at Ariva's annual Smelt Fry

Metallic effects software firm Color-Logic helped promote the power of print to hundreds of graphic designers last month at North American paper merchant Ariva's annual Smelt Fry.

Xerox survey points to increased printer optimism

A survey by Xerox points to increased optimism among its commercial print partners around the world with more than 70% predicting that print will remain a major part of the marketing communications mix.

Tukaiz expands Franklin Park Facility to meet growing national demand

Franklin Park, IL-based Tukaiz is expanding its current facility by 25,000 sq. ft. primarily to boost its fulfillment operations in light of a growing national base of clients.

Graph Expo organizers play to home strength

The Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC) is banking on home advantage at Graph Expo to avoid the "poor" attendance from North American printers that it noted at Drupa in Germany earlier this year.

Presstek posts profit and points to drupa enthusiasm

Digital offset printing equipment supplier Presstek managed to squeeze out $500,000 Q1 EBITDA, as cost cutting helped offset a 13.9% sales decline compared with the same period last year to $27 million.

CGX Emerge highlights new deals and print resurgence

Consolidated Graphics (CGX) held its third annual Emerge conference in New Orleans last month, with much of the focus was on top-level announcements such as a joint venture with Asian printer Yamagata Corp.

Ferrostaal brings Ryobi perfector to US ahead of Drupa show

Ferrostaal is rolling out several Ryobi state-of-the-art sheetfed printing presses across North America , taking advantage of the pre-drupa hype among US commercial printers to showcase equipment as well as the company's advances in LED-UV curing and specialty casting and foiling.

Memjet looks to broaden reach

San Diego-based inkjet manufacturer Memjet is targeting Drupa to showcase the versatility of its core waterfall printheads, which can jet more than 700m drops of ink a second, across a broad range of OEM partners and applications.

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