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Viva the green industrial revolution!

Steve Turner, assistant general secretary for manufacturing at Unite, argues the case for a reshaped economy that is built around green jobs, and points out that the printing industry is well-placed to successfully shift to greener technologies, production methods and materials.

DTG has designs on XL-sized growth

Consumer preferences and spending habits have been evolving for years, with attention shifting away from bricks-and-mortar stores to online retailers, and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has struck another major blow to the high street.

The talking cure

Keeping workplace morale up in the pandemic can be a challenge, but honest and open communication will help.

The Covid-19 new normal has brought the future forward

Six months have now passed since the UK went into lockdown in an attempt to slow the spread of Covid-19, and while this resulted in a large and well-documented drop in work almost overnight for many printers, one of the few upsides of the situation was perhaps the rare chance to work on the business rather than in it.

Print, Prinect and paranoia, the long roots of Zaikio’s open promises

In early August, Printweek.com ran a story on Zaikio, a new open print connectivity technology being launched by a German company that previously had the wonderful name Crispy Mountain. It led to that month’s longest chain of reader responses on the Disqus comments section below the story. It seems to have struck a particular nerve because last year Heidelberg bought Crispy Mountain (now Zaikio).

20 lessons learned during lockdown for prospering amid the new normal

While some print firms were shuttered during lockdown, others have kept going throughout. Dr Adrian Steele, managing director at Staffordshire-based Mercian Labels shares some of the changed workplace practices the business has adopted and that have become its ‘new normal’, as the label specialist continued to operate 24/5.

Moving the eco discourse forward

While Packaging Innovations has always done what it says on the tin, over the past few years it could be argued that, while still visible, some of the innovative tech and applications on show at the event have been overshadowed by the ongoing debate about plastic – a debate that too often writes plastic packaging off as irredeemable.

The early bird can secure the first-mover advantage

With Drupa now just three months away from opening its doors – assuming it’s not subject to coronavirus-related postponement or cancellation – it’s safe to assume that many of the major manufacturers are gearing up to premiere new machines and technology imminently.

Coronavirus: contagion over contagion

‘When China sneezes the world catches a cold’. It’s abundantly clear that the global spread of coronavirus COVID19 is already affecting the day-to-day lives of plenty of people in the UK, and it looks like the impact is only going to increase in the near-term – the government was poised to move to the ‘delay’ stage of tackling the virus as this issue of Printweek went to press.

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