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Blogs By Genevieve Lewis

Durst: scaling the software mountain

At the beginning of February, Durst kindly flew a group of journalists out to their base in Lienz, Austria, for the launch of the P5. The P5 is the first in a family of printers, and is considered a mega step up for Durst, as it is the first printer that includes their own software.

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Bell and Bain set an example for print

It may seem like an obvious statement, but young people are the future of any industry, including the print industry. With both the sign and the print industry seeming like niche markets, it is not often that a young person would leave school and college and think to go into our industry. This is why it is extremely important to offer apprenticeships and training, in order for our industry to continue and thrive well into the future. Bell and Bain has set an example, by recently taking on two new apprentice

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Cupcycling – reducing paper cup waste

One of the first big stories I concentrated on during my time here at Print Monthly, was on the idea of cups and packaging that could be recycled. An issue surrounding the recycling of cups in particular, lies in the PE coating. It takes a special operation to split the PE lining from the paper fibre, which can then be re-used. Now, James Cropper has introduced Cupcycling, which focuses on stripping the PE lining and recycling the paper fibre into its range of colourful products.

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How will the Carillion collapse affect industry?

The Carillion collapse shocked many in the UK, and when a company such as this goes bust, the whole country sits up and listens. What will be most interesting over the next few weeks, is whether any companies that were subcontracted by Carillion suffer he same fate. Unfortunately, many have already been laid off, with printers and sign-makers also taking a hit by losing the contracts. The government has tried to step in, but the industry will wait and see what will bet their own fate.

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