Canon unveils concept to help Omani businesses potential

Canon Middle East  unveiled its new concept of ‘Explore, Inspire, Improve’ as part of the ‘Canon for Business’ offering in Oman. The initiative supports businesses in Oman to strengthen productivity, efficiency and sustainable development, and underline their position as a ‘Partner of Choice’ for their customers. The event was part of a series of ‘Canon for Business’ events in the Middle East.
Canon is exploring the changing world of business and data to address their challenges and improve their business. ‘Explore, Inspire, Improve’ provides business process consultancy, with Canon working alongside its customers to build the best solution for their organisation based on business priorities.
“This is Canon’s 1st official event in Oman and

HP’s advanced printers in Saudi

HP Inc. has introduced new A3 multifunction printers (MFPs) in Saudi Arabia. The next generation portfolio is designed to provide qualified channel partners the ability to offer higher levels of       customization that meet a wider range of customers’ printing needs.
“We set out to offer our partners a robust portfolio of A3 MFPs with disruptive technologies and a range of finishing options to meet current and future printing needs,” said Zakaria El-Sayed, head of Print Business unit, HP Inc

Tekboy Tekstil steps into high volume digital textile production production

Istanbul, Turkey based Tekboy Tekstil has installed the  6-colour, Javelin digital printer to supplement production capacity, and meet increased demand for shorter-runs, rapid turnarounds and on-demand sample production.
The Javelin printer, manufctured by SPGprints uses Archer technology which enables the firing of variable drops (2pL-10pL) to the substrate. The 4mm distance from print head to substrate eliminates head damage and is suitable for printing the knitted fabrics produced by Tekboy

Flexofit Nigeria seminar in Lagos explored market insights

The second edition of Flexofit Nigeria seminar was held in Lagos on 31st March 2017.  The seminar had presentations from major international suppliers like Esko and Chespa. Special guest Professor Pierre Pienaar, vice president of the World Packaging Organization shared insights into packaging developments worldwide and in Nigeria.  
Karla Grey, managing director of Flexofit comments: “The Flexofit Nigeria Seminar was an excellent opportunity to meet with the local industry and it was highly

Redfern Labels sticks to Xerox for ‘consistency and quality’ printing

Redfern Labels from South Africa has purchased a Xerox Versant 80 Press from Oxbow and Bytes Document Solutions to improve the quality and consistency of colour proofing and design work for short-run sheet-printed labels.
Financial director Steven May says the new printer is primarily intended for walk-in customers wanting custom-designed labels from Redfern’s in-house design team, for printing branded stationery lines supplied to retailers, and for varied custom label lines to the fruit export