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We want to make a positive impact on the lives of people inside our business and those who live in communities in which we operate. So, what are we doing to make this happen? In the second of a two-part blog, our Group Quality System, Sustainability Manager and DPO Neil Ross explains the progress we are making to deliver on our People and Community commitments as part of our Sustainability Roadmap.

The last few months have been a fast-paced ride on Xaar’s sustainability journey. Right across the Group, we are making very significant and positive progress to drive forward our ESG commitments. Not only have we officially launched our Sustainability Roadmap to 2030 which is a principal driver for positive change and investment within our business, we have also started work on many of the ‘stepping-stones’ that will enable us to tell the world we have met and achieved our targets and goals.

This year we launched our Sustainability Roadmap to 2030. But, who is the person driving change and making sure we deliver on our ambitions?  Meet Neil Ross, our Group Quality System, Sustainability Manager and DPO (Data Protection Officer) to find out what’s driving him.

The increased industry-wide drive for even greater sustainability and recyclability across all sectors has uncovered new advantages from the use of digital inkjet technology. As more and more brands today are looking at their environmental impact, the opportunities driven by industrial inkjet are coming even further to the fore. Nowhere is this more so than in packaging. Here ...

The recent excellent article in the highly respected Packaging World, recognising the latest advances in digital print, is testament to the continued growth in the use of inkjet technology in an ever wider range of sectors. Here we can see how Juno DTS is using the Xaar 1003 printhead in an exciting new application and truly showcasing a world where you can print anything you ...

More and more industries are looking to maximise the potential of inkjet and take advantage of this extremely versatile, non-contact technology to either replace traditional production methods or deliver new applications. Yet while enabling a multitude of new uses, as a technology, inkjet can seem daunting to the uninitiated. Whether you’re updating an existing process, devel ...

With Xaar’s unique TF Technology, whatever the job, you know you’ll get the best performance from your printheads. But sometimes, in exceptional situations, external factors and challenging applications (such as printing ceramic tiles) can create abnormally harsh operational environments for inkjet printing. This is where Sure Flow, our new ultrasonic self-cleaning printhead mode, can help deliver continuous in-line performance for the very best printhead productivity.

So, you’ve found a simple-to-install, ready-to-go Xaar printhead. But what use is a fast start if you can’t stay the course?

Instant start up. It’s easily said and claimed, and yet for many items in our lives do they really deliver on this promise?

Since the launch of the Xaar 1001 printhead in 2007 featuring TF Technology, it has been possible to reliably jet highly-pigmented, viscous inks, opening up exciting new applications – ceramic tile printing, for example – to digital inkjet print. So why does Xaar’s TF Technology ink recirculation not only significantly outperform other manufacturers ink “recirculation” methods, but also provides the lowest cost of ownership – we’ve listed out four reasons below.