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Flexofit group holds three seminars in Africa

With three Flexofit seminars in Port Louis, Mauritius on 20th October, Johannesburg, South Africa on 24th and in Windhoek, Namibia on 27th October, Flexofit answered to an ever rising demand to professional education in the printing industry in Africa. The local expert audience in all three countries attended the seminars with industry speakers from international companies like Chespa, DuPont, Esko, tesa, Renzmann and Windmoeller & Hoelscher among others.
The first Flexofit Seminar took place in Cape Town,  South Africa last year. This year a number of customers from the Johannesburg region met with European industry experts from leading printing industry companies again.
The 2nd Flexofit Mauritius Seminar was well received. Solvent and

Naturepak invests more

Naturepak Beverage Packaging has moved to continue its success and business expansion by investing in additional Heidelberg Intro web-fed printing technology. Naturepak Beverage Packaging serves dairies, beverage and dry foods companies in the Greater Middle East, Africa and India Subcontinent from its two packaging plants in Damma, Saudi Arabia and Casablanca, Morocco.
The Casablanca plant was launched in 2011 as brand-new, state-of-the-art, greenfield operation encompassing the latest

PartServe ties with Samsung

PartServe has been appointed as the authorised spare parts distributor for Samsung printers in South Africa. This is an extension of an existing agreement with Hewlett Packard prior to its acquisition of Samsung’s printing business.
Samsung printer spare parts will now be available to repair agents through PartServe’s carry-in centres countrywide. PartServe offers spare part distribution, centralised warranty services, remanufacturing services and outsourced repair capabilities for a large

MEPCO highlights environmental sustainability thru 3 initiatives

Paper manufacturer, Middle East Paper Co. ‘MEPCO, highlights its commitment to economic sustainability through three operational initiatives - MEPCO recycles 70% of its water in the production process, use of captive power generation to reduce power usage and lower operational costs  and 90% of MEPCO’s raw materials are locally-sourced by WASCO, its wholly-owned integrated subsidiary.
Sami Safran, CEO MEPCO commented: “Our resource-efficient measures see our overall production costs reduced

SGI Dubai to attract printing industry stakeholders from Africa

SGI Dubai to attract printing industry stakeholders from Africa. “We are eagerly waiting to welcome the trade visitors from Africa to our show as we have a huge turnaround from the Africa region each year. The African economy is poised to hit a new high and set to grow to the next level. As per our research, there is a tremendous demand for state-of-the-art printing equipment in the growing African markets. A focussed approach from the African print industry can consolidate the sector further