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Published August 6, 2014
Patrick McCarthy and Todd Blumsack will lead the company's North American business operations, effective immediately. Read More »
Published July 24, 2014
A field upgrade has enhanced the UK converter's existing 3030 to the productivity of Xeikon's top end model. Read More »
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Published November 13, 2013
The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies also elected two new directors to its board at its annual meeting. Read More »
Published November 29, 2012
Xeikon has announced that Frank Deschuytere is to succeed Wim Maes as CEO, effective January 1, 2013. Wim Maes will join Xeikon’s Supervisory Board; and Wim Deblauwe is retiring as a supervisory director. Frank Deschuytere’s appointment f… Read More »
Published October 9, 2012
Frank Deschuyterec will succeed Wim Maes, as Maes will join the supervisory board. Read More »
Published September 6, 2012
Mix will focus on developing a successful distribution strategy for ThermoFlexX products in North America. Read More »
Published March 7, 2012
Digital press maker Xeikon has announced that the company has acquired the Flexolaser technology and business from RSD Technik GmbH and Flexolaser GmbH, manufacturers of computer-to-plate (CtP) devices for both flexo and letterpress applications. Xei… Read More »
Published April 25, 2011
The half day sessions will feature presentations from industry experts, as well as networking opportunities. Read More »
Published July 19, 2005
Nipson name revived after Xeikon digital shake out The acquisition of Xeikon’s digital color systems division by Punch International temporary left Xeikon’s black-and-white digital operations in limbo. Punch was not interested in the mag… Read More »
Published July 18, 2005
Xeikon is now a protected species Digital printing may be a hot topic, but it’s not just users who need deep pockets and strong nerves. Investors in Xeikon, for example, have their own anxious moments. Its subsidiary Xeikon France was the fir… Read More »
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