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AustralianPrinter Daily Newsletter Tuesday 16 Apr 2019  
 
 

EDITOR'S NOTE

Shareholders at EFI need to approve the deal, with a 45-day window for alternative offers to match the private equity firm

 

NEWS

EFI selling for US$1.7bn

Paul Brescia  |  16 Apr 2019

Private equity firm Siris Capital Group makes all-cash transaction, US$37 per share

  EFI selling for US$1.7bn
 
CMYKhub makes major wide-format investment

Paul Brescia  |  16 Apr 2019

Seven Mimaki UCJV-300 printers expand company footprint

  CMYKhub makes major wide-format investment
 
Durst opens new headquarters

Paul Brescia  |  16 Apr 2019

Venue in Brixen, Northern Italy draws 1,000 guests for ceremony

  Durst opens new headquarters
 

FEATURES

South Australia's rural printers shortchanged

Paul Brescia  |  8 Apr 2019

South Australia's rural apprentices are getting left behind, with no current access to the ...

  South Australia's rural printers shortchanged
 
Women in Print: Natalie Taylor

Paul Brescia  |  8 Apr 2019

AP profiles the high-flying, high-volume sales expert

  Women in Print: Natalie Taylor
 
Fujifilm: Innovation beyond print

Paul Brescia  |  23 Nov 2018

Operating across healthcare, film, microfilters for beer, data storage, and cancer detection, ...

  Fujifilm: Innovation beyond print
 

REVIEWS

Riding print's freeway

Staff writer  |  19 Feb 2019

Is your production workflow a smooth flowing freeway or a clogged inner-city arterial?

  Riding print's freeway
 
Consistency across consumables key

Gareth Ward  |  23 Nov 2018

Matching up the right consumables to your press makes automation possible, reports Gareth Ward

  Consistency across consumables key
 
Doors open for packaging

Bruce Craig  |  7 Sep 2018

Commercial printers have never had more opportunities to take advantage of labels and packaging

  Doors open for packaging
 

MOST READ

FWC dismisses forklift burnout case
Orora debuts digital corrugated printer
Epson launches latest SurePress
Chinese factory fire hits ink supply chain
South Australia’s rural printers shortchanged
 
 
 
 
 
 

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EVENTS

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AIP National Technical Forum + PIDA Awards Sofitel Wentworth, Sydney Apr 30 - May 1, 2019
 
 

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