Wide format service provider Macro Art started live printing this week with two more Durst machines as new customers come on board in continuing rapid expansion. Little more than four years after a management buyout, Macro Art’s turnover has shot up from £6million to £11million. Contract gains are being secured on the back of the new investments in Durst systems - now totalling four that have revolutionized its business.

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Canon welcomed record visitor numbers to its largest ever stand at FESPA 2018, with 11,000 individual customers and prospects coming to see Canon’s range of advanced digital wide format production solutions, for applications from signage and graphics to interior décor and packaging.

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Largest ever audience for four-day FESPA event, with over 20000 individual visitors

FESPA Global Print Expo 2018 (Messe Berlin, 15 to 18 May) reinforced its standing as the global landmark event for speciality printers, with visitors from a record 142 countries gravitating to the German capital for the four-day show.

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VGL, the Reading-based screen and digital print company, has become the first company in the UK and Ireland to sign up for a specialised version of Durst’s next-generation platform, the P5 Series, which was announced globally earlier this year.

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