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Record turnout expected as Fespa Eurasia turns five

Fespa is expecting a boost in visitor numbers and exhibitors at its fifth Fespa Eurasia trade expo.

Fespa hailed as ‘most international ever’

This year’s Fespa has been hailed as the “most international ever”, with delegates from 139 countries visiting across the five days.

Wide-format community sets sail and anchors in party port

There was a buzz by the waterways of Hamburg earlier this month and it could only mean one thing, Hafengeburtstag was back!

Overmatter: stay classy

Regular readers of PrintWeek’s ‘From the Archive’ page (see inside back cover for this week’s delectation and delights), will be aware that in the past some printing industry supplier promotions were very obviously targeted at a largely male industry, and involved a superabundance of scantily clad nubile young women.

Ricoh enters DTG market and bags first sale

Ricoh (B4L-C10) has launched two new direct-to-garment (DTG) printers at Fespa and secured its first sale.

MS launches new soft signage series

Italian manufacturer MS Printing Solutions (B6-D50) has launched the new 3.2m-wide Impres 4320 soft signage printer at Fespa, with two 1.8m-wide machines also due to be part of the Impres family.

Krea signs distribution deal with Igepa at Fespa

German textile manufacturer Krea (A1-A87), exhibiting at its first Fespa, has signed a deal with Igepa Group (B1U-B51) for the European-wide distribution of all of its textile products.

Accolades for UK firms at Fespa Awards

UK printers put up a strong showing at this week’s Fespa Awards, carrying off four Gold Awards on the big night.

Grünig turns 50, launches small-format CTS device

Screen printing kit manufacturer Grünig (A4-B20) is celebrating its 50th anniversary at this year’s Fespa and its SignTronic division is launching a new Computer to Screen (CTS) machine.

Contra Vision previews new films

Printable window film manufacturer Contra Vision (B7-C70) is previewing new films at Fespa, as it looks to expand its range of see-through substrates.

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