Drytac Global leader in Adhesives and print medias (Mounting Film, Printable Vinyls, Lamination films and others), with Manufacturing facilities in England, Canada and USA closed a partnership with Kronaline appointing it as official distributor in Mexico.


Kronaline is a manufacturer, and converter, leader in Mexico in distribution of digital print medias for Ink Jet, Sublimation, Solvent, Latex, and Toner in all formats, sheets, rolls. etc.


Customer now can access to the broad portfolio of products Made by Drytac thru Kronaline's Sales offices and distributors thru all México.




Author: Noticias Gran Formato Latin America




Sun Chemical released its thirteenth sustainability report, demonstrating its ongoing commitment to sustainability and social responsibility in all aspects of its business.


As part of Sun Chemical’s ongoing process to achieve its targets to reduce CO2 levels by at least 50 percent by 2030 and becoming net carbon neutral by 2050, the company’s latest sustainability report highlights initiatives and results based on three pillars of its business: operations, products and services, and collaborations. To guide its sustainability practices and roadmaps in each of the three pillars, Sun Chemical follows a strategic framework called the ‘five Rs’— Reuse, Reduce, Renew, Recycle and Redesign—which supports a circular economy and reductions in carbon footprint.



Author: Noticias Gran Formato Latin America

Leading technology developers throughout the wide-format value chain have signed on as sponsors of the third annual Wide-format Summit, being held July 24-26 at the PGA National Resort in West Palm Beach, FL. Agfa, Canon USA, EFI, and Fujifilm Graphic Systems have taken the four available top Keynote-level sponsorships.

Produced by PRINTING United Alliance and Wide-Format Impressions, the Wide-format Summit is an invitation-only event designed for senior executives from printing companies that have significant wide-format printing operations and plans to invest in the technology. The agenda combines thought-provoking keynote sessions, user panels, interactive case studies highlighting innovative applications in the field, and in-depth 1:1 meetings between attendees and technology solution providers. The focus throughout the Summit will be on the steps forward-thinking executives must take to grow, improve, automate, and optimize their wide-format businesses.

“Agfa is very pleased to once again be a Keynote Partner in bringing the Wide-Format Summit to the community,” said Deborah Hutcheson, Director of Strategic Business Development & Distribution for Agfa. “It’s one of the best events we participate in all year. What really sets the Summit apart is the networking. People are very open and honest about sharing their business challenges, things that they’ve learned, information and solutions they are seeking. It’s just a wonderful exchange of information and ideas.”

“EFI is anticipating another great Wide-Format Summit and we’re excited to once again participate as a Keynote sponsor,” said Ken Hanulec, VP of Worldwide Marketing for EFI. “We continue to see strong growth opportunities in the wide-format space, and the innovation that print service providers have shown in not only adapting to the challenges of the past few years but reinventing their business models and improving their efficiencies has been very impressive. The Summit is a great platform for all the key stakeholders in the industry to share ideas and discuss the new strategies and technologies they are implementing.”

Summit sponsors span the full range of solutions for wide-format print service providers, including ERP and web-to-print software; print engines for flatbed, roll-to-roll, and digital textile printing; inks; roll-fed and rigid media; direct-print and dye-sublimation textiles; workflow and automation software; color management and quality control technology; finishing systems; and installation services.

“We’re proud to sponsor the Wide-Format Summit at the Keynote level,” said Chris Cohara, National Sales Manager, Wide Format Inkjet of Fujifilm North America’s Graphic Systems Division. “The in-depth dialogue between printer attendees and sponsoring technology providers that takes place throughout the agenda is invaluable, and totally unlike any other event in this industry. It’s a unique opportunity for everyone in the community to get 360-degree insights into the critical issues printers are facing and the solutions they need to address them.”

“We’re looking forward to supporting the Wide-Format Summit at the Keynote level,” said Rich Reamer, Senior Director, Marketing, Canon USA. “Print service providers in the wide-format space have always embraced the need to adapt and innovate to address the changing business conditions and new opportunities that continually present themselves. Being a Keynote Sponsor of the Wide-Format Summit gives us the opportunity to have in-depth conversations with customers and explain how Canon’s wide-format portfolio can help support their growth and success.”

Other renewing sponsors of the 2023 Wide-format Summit included Advantage Innovations, CloudLab, Durst, Epson, Fisher Textiles, Global Imaging, GMG Color, HP, Idealliance, INX, Laird Plastics, Lindenmeyr Munroe, Mimaki, Nekoosa, OneVision, Roland DGA, Significans Automation, swissQprint, Summa America, Tilia Labs, and Zund. First-time sponsors include Acco Brands, Dupont, Greentex, GSG, the Mosaica Group, PrintFactory, and TVF. Other leading vendors will be taking the limited number of remaining sponsorships in the coming weeks.*

The Wide-format Summit debuted in July  2021 in Austin, TX, to great acclaim from both attendees and sponsors. In exit surveys, 100% of past sponsors said they found their 1:1 meetings with attendees to be highly valuable, and 100% of the attendees said they would recommend that peers attend the event in the future.





Author: In-plant Impressions

Fujifilm’s XMF PressReady is a revolutionary digital print production workflow system that helps manage print jobs from multiple sources – such as web-to-print and MIS systems or PDF files supplied by customers – and directs them to an appropriate digital press. It also allows print service providers to automate ordinary and repetitive tasks, allowing press operators to focus on more important aspects of the production process.


Controlling Fujifilm’s Revoria PressTM PC1120 is the Revoria FlowTM DFE, a powerful front end system to manage ripping, colour management, special colour control and more. When combined with the XMF PressReady workflow, it can completely automate the flow of print work from order intake to printed product by preconfiguring and automating the flow of work through the Revoria FlowTM DFE.



Author: Noticias Gran Formato Latin America


Businesses looking to print vibrant, long lasting labels quickly or on-demand for their products, look no further.  Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is excited to announce the LX-P5510 Label Printer, a pigment-based machine able to print four-inch wide labels at a high speed.  The printer utilizes pigment-based inks to provide extensive durability and long-lasting results. Pigment inks do not run, smudge or fade away when used with inkjet compatible media. This color label printer can help increase productivity and help reduce costs for businesses, as on-demand printing eliminates the need to inventory preprinted labels, and/or otherwise outsource production.  With the introduction of the LX-P5510, Canon now offers both Pigment and Dye versions of 4” and 2” label printing products, to support a variety of applications best suited for one technology versus the other.

Examples of industries that can benefit from the LX-P5510 Label Printer include:

Chemical Manufacturing

Companies that need to put warning labels on containers for hazardous chemicals, complying with standards including the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), can benefit from the LX-P5510 Label Printer.  Printing these types of labels with a traditional monochrome printer can be problematic, as government-mandated pictograms require red color, and can vary by product and by destination  But using the LX-P5510 to print these types of labels on-demand and in color helps deal with changing requirements quickly and easily.

Food & Beverage Manufacturing

Bakeries, breweries, wineries, and other food & beverage manufacturing companies can make great use out of the LX-P5510 Label Printer.  Businesses can do away with preprinted labels for their packaging, and can easily make design changes in-house on short notice.  The color labels printed on the LX-P5510 can be used to visually grab in-aisle shoppers and convey branding, nutritional information, size, flavor type, highlight potential allergies, and warnings.


Companies in the healthcare arena, including medical device manufactures, pharmaceutical producers, and pharmacies, can leverage the strengths of the LX-P5510 Label Printer.  The versatility offered by the LX-P5510 is particularly suited for printing labels such as those pertaining to medical disclosures that require accurate and vibrant production of various unique data components such as pictures, small but readable text, and color-coded shades.

Retail / Wholesale Trade

For businesses that need to increase in-store shelf-appeal, or companies that consolidate large quantities of product together, the LX-P5510 Label Printer can be a real asset. The printer can help companies meet the need for sharp, full-color pictures on shelf tags, signs, and secondary packaging labels in damp / refrigerated environments.

Transportation and Warehousing

To help enhance operational efficiencies, better manage inventory, and improve shipping activities, companies involved in transportation and warehousing can benefit from the LX-P5510 Label Printer.

“Canon is proud to provide this new solution for businesses that want to print their own durable, eye-catching labels on-site for increased agility and a lower total cost of ownership,” says Shuji “Steve” Suda, vice president and general manager of Canon U.S.A., Inc. “We are confident this color label printer will improve companies’ efficiency and productivity, allowing for printing anytime, and almost anywhere.”

Core features of the LX-P5510 include:

Efficient and Flexible

This is one of Canon’s many compact label printers, able to fit on a desk or table, helping to provide a more productive work environment. The printer supports both matte and gloss media, eliminating the need to switch printers, and making it a great choice for labeling a wide variety of products. Users have the option of adding a detachable roll holder, enabling operators to change labels quickly, an optional rewinder allowing users to rewind printed label output from the printer for later use, as well as a non-stop printing auto cutter. These options make the LX-P5510 printer ideal for higher-volume label printing environments.

High Quality and High Speed

The LX-P5510 can produce high-quality images with crisp colors, fonts and barcode symbols, with print speeds of up to 7.9 inches per second for 1200 x 1200 DPI print resolution, and up to 11.8 inches per second for a print resolution of 1200 x 600 DPI. Users can choose from nine speed options, and customize the number of labels printed. The printer can even print very small labels, down to .2”-1” at high quality.

Connectivity and Compatibility

The LX-P5510 is compatible with a variety of third-party label printing software products, such as Seagull Scientific BarTender barcode labeling software. The printer is also compatible with Microsoft Windows 11 (64 bit) and Windows 10 (64/32 bit), and easily connects with a USB or Ethernet cable.


The LX-P5510 Label Printer is now available for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $9,999.*



Author: WebWire

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