Announces a net profit after tax of $50 million for the half year ending 31 December 2020, up 44 per cent compared to $35 million in the previous corresponding period
Launches solution with new 3D software for designers who want to visualise complex product enhancements, especially in packaging
Partnership enables V-Shapes to add high-quality in-line print to V-Shapes PRIME converting/filling solution
Both companies aim to push the figure of renewable material from wood fibre in carton packages towards 100 per cent
Four V-Shapes ALPHA lines enable the company to manufacture non-food products for domestic and international distribution and to differentiate itself in the global marketplace
Jet Technologies has commissioned the newest model of the L350UV family at its Rosebery demo centre and is ready to showcase it to customers
The free-to-attend series aims to offer advice on improving cold chain efficiency, as well as trends and packaging, and allows attendees to learn from those who have done it
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Sheree Young is the Editor of the bi-monthly printing industry magazine, ProPrint which covers business and technology news specific to the printing trade in Australia, which regularly crosses over into the booming packaging sector.
Sophie is a dual journalism and law student, who has already completed her first degree: a Bachelor of Communications (Journalism & International Relations).
When he is not working on ProPack, Paul is the editor of Australian Printer, the longest-running trade publication in the country, and one of the longest-running in the world.Spotlight
Company makes the decision to acquire as the Australian co-packing space is rapidly expanding
Aussie winners include Sealed Air, Currie Group, Plantic Technologies and Woolworths
TyTags takeover comes as its owners retire and focus on their horticultural businessIn-depth
Wagner Prestige Labels managing director John Galea has revealed how he won the global Durst RSC Label Masters Award
The Global Financial Crisis (GFC) delivered an opportunity for the big offset press manufacturers to step back and to re-evaluate the companies they needed to become for the future.