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Dail cartridge use reveals disregard of print providers


Whatever the reasons behind the excessive use of printer cartridges by TD’s, one thing is obvious,
many of our elected representatives are either unaware of,  or choose to ignore the value offered by print service providers

Major 2012 trade shows pave the way for recovery

With the local and global economies still in turmoil, and printing companies focussed on daily survival, it can be easy to lose track of the industry developments that will assist us in turning the corner.

manroland’s troubles inevitable but not fatal

The recent filing for insolvency by German press giant Manroland has once again thrown the spotlight on the precarious state of our industry, but may also provide an opportunity for the company to restructure.

Euro soccer boost for print sector.


The qualification by the Irish soccer team for next summer’s European Championship
tournament in Poland and the Ukraine, will not only lift the spirit of the nation,

Ireland embraced Job’s vision

There is no doubt that Apple’s success in consumer products resulted in the news of the untimely passing of Steve Jobs, receiving the deserved level of worldwide media coverage.

Inkjet in the ascendancy

Wide format ink jet devices have now become an established and vital piece in the print production jigsaw.
Quality, speed and versatility continue to improve at a rapid rate,

providing the total print service


When a digital print house invests in a four colour offset press, it signals that to become a total Print Service Provider,all options must be considered

A click charge conundrum


The pay per click model employed by most suppliers of digital production equipment, and widely embraced by printing companies throughout Ireland, is not quite so popular with our UK counterparts.

Summertime, and printing ain’t easy


As our Irish summer reaches it’s soggy peak,
and multitudes of holiday makers are left wishing they had ignored the governments advice to indulge in a ‘staycation’

Obama declares war on Print……..Not!

To read some of the articles written in reply to Barack Obama’s suggestion that the U.S. government should cease its print version of the federal register

( The U.S. government’s daily publication of record, containing all legally required notices of meetings, proposals, and regulations.)

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