Ricoh was recently named ‘Company of the Year’ at the Ireland Japan Business Awards 2018. Hosted by the Ireland Japan Chamber of Commerce, the annual awards recognise the companies making outstanding contributions to Ireland-Japan business relations. Mr. Akira Oyama, Corporate Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Sales and Marketing Group, Ricoh, accepted the
A TRUSTED PARTNER OF EPSON, IRISH PRINT SUPPORT SUPPLIES THE IRISH PRINT INDUSTRY WITH A RANGE OF TOP LEVEL SIGNAGE PRINTERS Thanks to the high quality of the machines, Epson printers supplied by IPS very rarely require follow-up service. “We’ve actually never had a breakdown or a service call. That’s down to the efficiency and
PACKAGING SOLUTIONS SPECIALIST ESSENTRA HAS INSTALLED A NEW OCÉ VARIOPRINT 6180 TITAN AT ITS DUBLIN OFFICES After exploring the market for a solution that matched its business needs, Essentra tasked the team at Canon Ireland to find a print solution that would support its current customer base as well as growing and developing its business.
The Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Josepha Madigan recently paid a visit to the National Print Museum, which is chiefly funded by her Department. While there, the Minister viewed the current exhibition, ‘Print, Protest, and The Polls: The Irish women’s suffrage campaign and the power of print media, 1908 – 1918’. This exhibition
After starting the company in the family garage, Cork and Dublin based Walsh Graphics is celebrating 25 years in business. The company was set up by John and Rose Walsh and their son Michael. “My Mom, Rose, my Dad, John, and I started Walsh Graphics in 1993. My Dad sadly passed away in 2002. He
Flint Group has announced the launch of nyloprint WF SHARP Digital, a water washable, film-based plate for the high-end label market. The company says the new plate is ideal for high quality print jobs as well as for aluminum and plastic laminated tubes. The new product delivers digital images with up to 10.160 dpi for
With over seven million cups going to landfill every day, having your daily coffee is turning into a serious environmental problem. So what’s the solution? Two Sides investigates A few years ago, the most pressing concern of most high street coffee drinkers was whether the bored-looking barista had spelt their name right. Now, in a