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Monday, October 21, 2002

Inkjet printer

With the launch of MCP inkjet printer, Imaje, a subsidiary of Imaje SA France, has made an entry to the market of high-resolution large character inkjet printers. The printer is best used for industrial coding on all secondary packaging applications. Printing of texts, dates, logos, barcodes are available in customised format. It can print up to five lines with a print head designed for porous surfaces. The characters vary from 4 to 48 mm and even enable chimney type ordering. It also reproduces logos with matrixes from 5,7,9,14,16 to 32 dots at high resolution. Fitted with a RS-232 parallel interface, the device enables the connecting up of several markers with control from a single keyboard.

AMD’s campaign

AMD announced the launch of an extensive, integrated global print and online branding campaign. The campaign, themed AMD me, is designed to build a strong, differentiated global brand. The campaign will be directed at both enterprise and home markets, and has been launched in North America. The campaign as a whole is currently scheduled to run in major media across key global markets through the end of 2003. The campaign has been created by McCann-Erickson, San Francisco.


ACCP World Program, an Aptech course, has been certified by both Fiji National Training Council, Fijian Affairs Board and Ministry of Education, Fiji. The courses are offered at the Suva and Lautoka centers. Its curriculum has been approved both by the Fiji National Training Council (FNTC) and the Ministry of Education. FNTC is the authority in Fiji that examines and approves courses for corporate and governmental institutions and whose certifications are recognised by educational authorities in Australia, New Zealand, USA.