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September 6, 2005
As part of its ongoing effort to cut $1 billion in costs by the end of 2001, Xerox has opted to discontinue its line of personal copiers and desktop ink jet printers. Additionally, the company has said it will also eliminate 1,500 jobs. Company presi…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
Grafitalia and Converflex Europe 2001 recently set a new attendance record at more than 55,000, confirming the shows as some of the largest graphic arts, printing and converting exhibitions ever staged in Italy. According to organizers, show attendee…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
Bethesda, MD-based RadTech International North America has released a new CD-ROM that provides a basic overview of UV/EB technology. According to the association, “Introduction to UV/EB-Curing” addresses a range of topics including the hi…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
The Printing Industries of America (PIA) has released the 2001 edition of the “Print Market Atlas: The Complete Reference Guide to Current Market Trends.”      Containing detailed information about the graphic arts indus…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
The National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) and the Research and Engineering (R&E) Council of the Graphic Arts Industry, Inc. have entered a strategic alliance.      Under the terms of this agreement the membership o…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
Plymouth, MN-based Buhler Inc. recently held its second annual open house, a four-day event attended by customers from the U.S. and Canada that highlighted the company’s newest wet grinding product – the ZR 120 centrifugal bead mill. &n…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
Cognis B.V., Roermond, The Netherlands, has announced that it will end its joint venture with Sanyo Chemical Industries Ltd., which operated under the name San Nopco Ltd.     Under the terms of the agreement, Sanyo Chemical will comple…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
The grinding and dispersion division of Netzsch Incorporated  has opened  a new, two-story, 16,500 square-foot, state-of-the-art grinding laboratory and training center across from its headquarters in Exton, PA. According to the company, th…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
Cleveland, OH-based consultancy The Freedonia Group has just released its “Radiation-Cured Products,” a new study analyzing the U.S. radcure industry.      Included in the study are radcure inks, coatings, adhesives and…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
EC Pigments (formerly known as Roma Color) has signed a distribution agreement with Daniel C. Bolon and his company, Industrial Sales International, Ltd.      Under the terms of this agreement, the company will represent EC Pigments…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
Bayer Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA, has expanded the list of e-business options available to its polymers and chemicals business customers to include eXtensible Mark-up Language (XML) transmissions for receiving and processing customer purchase…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
The Information Management Institute, Inc. has released the 2001 inaugural edition of the International Digital Printing Directory.      Containing contact information and descriptions of more than 250 manufacturers of digital print…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
Two rulings recently issued by California’s South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) have recognized UV/EB curing technologies as environmentally-friendly alternatives to traditional industrial processes.      In th…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
Florham Park, NJ-based Troy Corporation has extended its global biocides marketing partnership with Lonza Group.      Formed in 1989, the partnership combines the Lonza Group’s hydantoin bactericide with Troy’s iodopropy…  Read More »
September 6, 2005
Premier Mill Corp. has announced upgrades to all areas of their customer testing laboratory.      These upgrades include the installation of a new QMax Supermill, a model SM45 Supermill 2, a PSM 115V submersible mill with vacuum capa…  Read More »