Chinese printer opens Ghana office

Shanghai KS Printing, China opened the Ghana office of the Group in Accra hoping to become a market leader in Ghana’s printing industry.

It has also set an ambitious target of expanding its services to the West African sub-region.

Speaking at the opening the chief executive officer of E-Tang Ghana, representatives of Shanghai KS Printing in West Africa Eric Worchie said his company’s aim “is to run a customer-focused business and also remain a market leader within a short time”.

“We are not only going to take your manuscripts and print them, we shall discuss with you the content and suggest improvements to bring it to international standards if need be,” he said.

He also said that the company had the state-of-the-art equipment to

Tanzanian printer invests in Agfa’s Anapurna H3200i LED

Agfa recently installed Anapurna H3200i LED at Delfina Promotions Ltd in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Launched in 2016, Anapurna H3200i LED is a hybrid that combines board and roll-to-roll print jobs. Its features include: reinforced beam that ensures shuttle movement for accurate dot placement; shuttle safety sensors that prevent print heads from touching the substrate and getting damaged; air-cooled, energy-saving LED lamps ideal for thermally sensitive materials; convenient operator interface

Flexofit holds packaging, print seminar in Ghana

The Flexofit GmbH held Flexofit seminar in Accra, Ghana on 29 October.

The year’s seminar brought together expert speakers from internationally renowned companies to share the latest industry technology developments in printing and packaging, that were recently introduced at Labelexpo in Brussels and K  in Düsseldorf.

The talks covered prepress, plate making, printing devices and facilities, as well as technical solutions based on local challenges and changes.

James Agboli, from Royal Crown

Canon focuses on education at Innovation Summit, Africa

Canon Central and North Africa, a division of Canon Middle East (founded in 2015) and a subsidiary of Canon Europe, participated in Innovation Summit for the first time as a partner.
The Summit – that took place between 3-5 December in Accra, Ghana  – brought together African policy-makers and senior officials from more than 40 countries to discuss the subject of education, innovation and information technology.

According to Canon’s press statement, “Education is one of the key areas of

HP partners with UN Women to empower women in Africa

A new collaboration between UN Women and HP builds on the existing model of a partnership in Mexico, where equipment and entrepreneurial online learning courses are offered in digital classrooms to over 5,000 women under UN Women’s Second Chance Education Initiative with financial support from BHP Foundation.

UN Women executive director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka and HP VP and MD for Africa signed an MOU to expand digital learning opportunities for women and girls in five countries: South Africa