R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company announced the completion of its previously announced tax-free spin-offs of its publishing and retail-centric print services and office products business, LSC Communications, Inc., and its financial communications and data service business, Donnelley Financial Solutions, Inc. RR Donnelley will continue to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "RRD," as announced on August 9, 2016. "The completion of these spin-offs is a significant milestone for RR Donnelley," said Thomas J. Quinlan III, formerly the President and CEO of RR Donnelley, who will now serve as LSC's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "With this transaction, we have created three focused companies, which we believe are positioned to pursue their own growth strategies with tailored capital structures to better finance each business's strategic plan." Click Read More below for additional detail
Gallus, a Heidelberg Group Company, shows the whole range of possibilities for digital and conventional label printing and converting. The hybrid label press Gallus Labelfire combines industrial inkjet printing with conventional label printing at printing speeds up to 70 m/min and further shows a range of digital finishing possibilities with the integrated Digital Embellishment Unit (DEU) at Labelexpo. The “Your Smoothie” campaign explains to visitors how full Variable Data Printing is working. On the Gallus Labelmaster visitors can see the newly launched Digital Printbar for digitally printed opaque white as well as a new rotary, quick-change die-cutting unit and further optimized features for conventional narrow web printing.
Having the motto “Powered by Your Trust” in mind Gallus and Heidelberg show live at Labelexpo Europe 2019 in hall 5, stand B28/C31 two Gallus Labelmaster presses, the Gallus Labelfire and the Gallus Smartfire.
The Gallus Labelfire is designed for digital production of narrow web products, especially self-adhesive labels. In 2018, AWA Alexander Watson Associates estimates the global pressure-sensitive label market grew by about 5%. Interest in digital printing, in addition to analog and hybrid print solutions, is one of the market drivers in this regard, according to the AWA Global PSL Market Study 2019.
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