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The exhibitor list for PrintEx15, which will co-locate with Visual Impact at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park from May 13-15, 2015, continues to go from strength to strength, with several more major players putting ink to paper in recent days.

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UK printer claims worldwide Bitcoin first
Epson launches new SureLab SL-D700 dry film mini lab
Canon 2014 Environmental Grants Program winners
Heidelberg unveils new digital press for label market
GJS empowers colour management software
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Renz - Australia GMP AUTOEXCEL Line
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OCE VarioPrint 2100 B/W Digital Copier

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Appita Fibre Value Chain Conference & Expo, Rotorua, October 15-17 | Appita aims to reach beyond the traditional boundaries of pulp and paper,
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Anitech began as Warburton Franki in 1902 and was responsible for the introduction of Phillips lamps to Australia. In the 1930s and 40s it operated manufacturing plants around Australia and Asia producing almost the entire national supply of household electricity meters.
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