Landa Digital Printing
Due to pressures to raise more capital, Landa Digital Printing may become part of a SPAC and thus be traded on the NASDAQ exchange.
On this episode of The Week that Was, a petition was filed seeking Chapter 7 liquidation of the Colortree Group; Landa showcased the S10 and S10P and announced press sales; Canon unveiled its Océ VarioPrint I-series+; and Sandy Alexander announced it is opening a new facility.
EFI and Landa are working to ensure that printing companies’ customers can have greater confidence in the print they buy.
Rochester, N.Y.-based Mercury will take delivery of the first Landa S10P nanographic digital printing press in the U.S. on Nov. 10.
A year after Landa showcased its latest developments in Nanography at drupa 2016, the company has now launched its first beta site.
Landa Digital Printing hosted over 100 of the world’s leading print and packaging houses at its facilities in Rehovot, Israel.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news about the first Landa S10 Nanographic press being installed at Landa's first S10 beta customer Graphica Bezalel; InnerWorkings' second quarter gross profit increase; Mail-Gard, a division of IWCO Direct, creating a dedicated Advanced Recovery Center at its Warminster, Pa. campus; and Bartash Printing extending its Loan Agreement with North Mill Capital through 2020, with more favorable terms, and its investment of more than $1.7 million dollars in 2017 in its press and postpress departments.