Introducing a production printer with a revolutionary slim profile design and fast print speeds. The new SureColor P8570D combines Epson's PrecisionCore printhead technology for outstanding quality with a six‑color aqueous‑pigment ink set featuring dedicated gray ink.


The result? The widest color gamut1 and fastest photo‑quality printing of any six‑color aqueous‑pigment ink 44" printer2. With its ability to handle a variety of print jobs and low TCO, the P8570D is a true business‑builder that works hard and delivers big.








Author: Noticias Gran Formato Latin America

Avery Dennison has acquired Thermopatch, a leader in labeling, embellishments, and transfers for the sports, industrial laundry, workwear and hospitality industries. 



Thermopatch will become part of the company's Solutions Group. The acquisition will allow the combined business to drive growth in external embellishments.


Thermopatch, headquartered in Syracuse, New York, had revenues of approximately $40 million in 2022, with around 200 employees, with operations in North America and Europe.





Author: Noticias Gran Formato Latin America

The new Printing Outlook 2023 report provides detailed analysis of the latest WhatTheyThink Business Outlook Survey, the latest industry economic data and macroeconomic trends, as well as industry and cultural technological trends to look out for in 2023 and beyond.



The executive report looks back at 2022 as well as ahead to what the industry can expect, economically and technologically, in 2023 as the economy at large and the industry in particular contend with the new challenges that have emerged post-pandemic, such as consumables and supplies availability and employee scarcity, the pre-existing trends that had been amplified by the pandemic, and the new trends have emerged. How will they play out in 2023 and beyond?

The report features the results of the WhatTheyThink Printing Industry Business Outlook Survey conducted in Fall/Winter 2022, and includes current and expected business conditions, top business challenges, top business opportunities, and planned investments for 2023. Additional questions asked about the print businesses; experiences during the supplies and consumables “supply chain” crisis of 2022, and industry event attendance plans, as well as hiring plans for the next 12 months, what positions are being sought, and how they are searching for employees.

The report also offers the latest government data on printing industry shipments, establishments, profits, and employment. This year, we have expanded the segments for which we provide demographic data, including signage and display and packaging and converting businesses. The report also includes macroeconomic data, to look at how the overall economy might impact print businesses in 2023, and includes an industry forecast to 2032, as well as technology and cultural trends the industry should prepare itself for in 2023.

Print business owners will find the report essential for their planning, in order to put the marketplace and their strategic actions in realistic perspective. Industry suppliers will benefit from the insights into printer decision-making processes and the foundation of new industry demographic data that debuts in this report. Non-economic trends also offer ideas for what to pay attention to in the new year, and larger cultural and technological; trends indicate where marketing professionals and brandowners will likely be focusing their promotional dollars.

Key Findings:

  •  19% of print businesses surveyed said that revenues for 2022 had increased more than 25% compared to 2021
  • All told, more than three-fourths (77%) of print businesses surveyed reported an increase in revenues in 2022 compared to 2021.
  • The top challenge this survey was seemingly ripped from the headlines: “availability of consumables and supplies” was selected by 45% of respondents. “Consumables and supplies pricing,” is number two, selected by 42% of respondents.
  • The pre-pandemic number one new business opportunity—“customers outsourcing more work to us”—has squeaked back into the top spot at 30%. Last year’s number one, “improving economic conditions,” is at number two this year at 29%.
  • Unlike previous years, “we have no planned investments” was selected by only 15% of respondents; “finishing/bindery equipment” and “additional space/new location” are top investment categories. “High-speed production inkjet printing equipment” also came in at a record high in the latest survey.
  • Only 63% respondents have hiring plans for 2023—and the top positions being sought this year are salespeople.

Publisher: WhatTheyThink

Rehovot, Israel and Braintree, MA, USA – March 13, 2023 – Landa Digital Printing and Superior
Packaging and Finishing today announce that Superior has purchased a Landa S10P Nanographic
Printing® Press. Superior says that its 41” format, widest color gamut, and perfecting capabilities are a
few of the features that make the Landa S10P uniquely suited to not only support Superior’s current
growth, but to also drive higher print volumes and expand the company’s service portfolio.
Superior provides digital printing, packaging, book manufacturing, and ecommerce solutions to
customers throughout North America.

Donny Charlebois, CEO and owner of Superior, says that the Landa S10P couldn’t come at a better time.
“Today, more brands are joining the Superior family than ever before, and as a result, we need more
press capacity across the board for commercial jobs, folding carton, specialty, personalized jobs… you
name it, it’s all coming in.
“It’s incredible to find one press built to not only handle the special requirements of each application,
but to also produce any combination of these jobs at such high speed, with unbeatable quality.”
Superior’s Chief Technology Officer, Kieran (Toby) McManus, says that the most stringent quality
specifications are often required for the promotional materials and consumer goods Superior produces
for the entertainment industry. “In the entertainment segment, similar to beauty and fashion, packaging
has tremendous value of its own. So, it must be strong, but it must also be gorgeous. Pristine. The Landa
does the job beautifully.”
McManus confirmed that Superior had been looking at a Landa press since Drupa 2012. “We’ve always
been at the cutting edge of technology; looking at what’s next and what’s best,” he says. “The Landa
press is exceptional: it ups the ante on quality, format, color, speed, and data. As a result, we’ll be able
to migrate mainstream customer jobs to digital, with the full range of production and personalization
opportunities the industry can offer.”
Sharon Cohen, Chief Business Officer of Landa Digital Printing, compliments Superior on its ability to
deliver such a large and unique mix of print, specialty, and package printing. “Superior is a highly
versatile, first-class provider that insists on nothing less than the finest production on behalf of its
customers. We are thrilled to welcome Superior to our large, fast-growing family of Landa press owners,
and excited about the advantages that the Landa press will provide them in the market. We are proud to
partner with Superior in their continuous journey of innovation and productivity.”
The Landa S10P Nanographic Printing Press
The Landa S10P Nanographic Printing Press in double-sided B1 (41”) format utilizes the Nanography®
process for unprecedented advantage, including reproduction of up to 96% of Pantone® colors when
using 7 colors, 6,500 sheets per hour speed, compatibility with all off-the-shelf substrates, robust

data/print solutions, digital printing solutions, and easy integration with workflows and other upstream
and downstream systems.




Author:Landa Digital Printing

Utilising a heat-based transfer method, the printer is ideal for creating premium, customised merchandising, sportswear and various other promotional textile applications. This is the latest entry from Mimaki for the decorated apparel segment.


DTF printing provides an easy and affordable process for decorating apparel, and is commonly used for decorating T-shirts. The design is printed directly onto a special transfer film, which is then sprinkled with hot-melt powder, and once heated and dried, the transfer sheet is ready to be applied to the fabric using a heat press.



Author: Noticias Gran Formato Latin America

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