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The commercial printing and manufacturing company, Novus Holdings has taken action to reduce its reliance on municipal water. The company has spent in excess of R1.7 million on various water-saving initiatives at its Paarl Media Cape division. Businesses across the drought-stricken Western Cape have recently been urged by the City of Cape Town to reduce water usage by at least 2 percent in a bid to curb excessive consumption.

Imaging solutions provider, Canon Europe has launched a completely new line-up of large format inkjet printers. These are imagePROGRAF TX-2, TX-3 and TX-4, available in 24-inch, 36-inch and 44-inch sizes.

Ricoh SA, formerly wholly owned by Ricoh Europe, implemented a structure that achieves 52.4 percent black men and women ownership. This transformative ownership structure demonstrates the company’s belief in the South African and African markets as a business destination. It also signals the company’s commitment to its network of local partners.

Workers want innovative technology and digital solutions to help them increase productivity. This is according to a recent study commissioned by Ricoh, which indicates that 65 percent of the 3 6 workers surveyed believe automation technology will enable them to be more productive. Meanwhile, 52 percent agree that artificial intelligence will have a positive impact on their role. More than 41 percent of employees see e-mail and 37 percent meetings as their biggest daily time wasters. That [ ... ]

Printing and packaging industry body, Printing SA, celebrated Arbor Day 217 by challenging South African companies to donate at least five reams of paper to schools or organisations in need.

Collating Technology (Col-Tec), a collating machine provider presented one of its latest products at IPEX 217. The company first attended the show in 198 and has since, not missed a single event.

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