Tonejet, the only manufacturer of advanced electro-static drop-on-demand digital print engines and Rockwell Automation, the world's leading company dedicated to industrial automation and information, have been announced as the winners in the ‘Innovative Partnership’ category at this year’s Innovation Awards at InPrint 2017 in Munich.
Push Print managing director Bradley van Beuge says that the long sheet printing and extra colour are already being appreciated by customers. “A lot of our customers have taken to the ability to print white on wedding invitations or for restaurant openings and menus,” he says. The 11-year-old company started in print management before bringing print in-house. As a consequence, it has a strong customer focused ethos and production is supported by an in-house design team.
Ricoh brings ‘print partnership’ to life at this year’s IPEX 2017, as it showcases two innovative new technologies, supported by a dedicated team of industry experts who will be on hand to help visitors understand the best stocks and materials to deliver growth opportunities.