The front cover of the November/December edition of Sign Africa Journal highlights Avery Dennison’s new Supreme PPF Xtreme film and how it will empower vehicle owners to safeguard their investment against the impact of tough environmental conditions in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Other features include:
Celebrating 20 years of our magazine
The Sign Africa Journal magazine, as it is now known, was launched 20 years ago as Practical Sign & Display. Its tagline was ‘The Journal For The Signage, Shop Fitting and Display Industries.’
How 3D printing is a solution to a shortage of spare parts
With the advent of additive manufacturing (AM), this technology already allows suppliers to produce parts on demand, close to where the parts are needed.
Exhibitors reported quality leads and visitors saw cutting technology at the Graphics, Print & Sign Joburg Expo
The Graphics, Print and Sign expo, held at Gallagher Convention Centre, attracted 4028 visitors in total. The event was sponsored by Platinum sponsors Roland DG South Africa and Stixo Signage Supplies.
Streamlining the consumable materials you need
Be it long delays caused by staff shortages and company shutdowns during the pandemic, or extra paperwork and logistical issues as a result of Brexit and more, there has been an impact on all sorts of companies, especially those trying to meet tight deadlines.
Including sustainable development goals in your business strategy
Set up by the United Nations General Assembly with an ambitious target of changing the narrative across the world of sustainability by 2030, the SDGs target a range of topics from poverty and inequality to sustainable cities and climate action – underpinned by 169 targets and with a central commitment to ‘Leave No One Behind’.
Sustainability reporting is becoming an expectation for printing and publishing
Big brands tend to write their own sustainability reports with an eye on their shareholders and customers. There is little consistency in what gets reported and what does not, however
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