The September issue of Australian Printer is a must-read – it contains all the details about Avon Graphics’ installation of the first Durst P5 350/HS in the Southern Hemisphere.
The company recently decided on a revamped business direction of diversifying its offering and picked the Durst P5 350/HS as it needed a faster press.
We also look at the deep history of the Penrith Museum of Printing as the working print museum celebrates its 20th anniversary. Just like all other industries, the Penrith Museum too is facing challenges resulting from the emergence of COVID, but has taken the challenges on in stride and has called on industry for support.
We hope you enjoy this issue of AP.
Avon Graphics upgrades to Durst
Specialist trade supplier and embellishment company Avon Graphics has added a P5 350/HS with an automated stacker to its Melbourne premises and is the first company worldwide to own that configuration.
Penrith Museum of Printing turns 20
Having turned 20 years of age in June, the Penrith Museum of Printing celebrates growth from being a very small museum to becoming one of the only working print museums in Australia that houses a range of presses.
|Also in this issue:|
| People in Print: Vistaprint Australia’s Marcus Marchant |
Women in Print: Jodie McCubbin
Adding Value to Print
Installations: Precision Group adds two new Kyocera presses
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