Denmark (Danish: Danmark, pronounced [ˈtænmak] (About this soundlisten)), officially the Kingdom of Denmark,[N 9][N 2] is a Nordic country. Denmark proper, which is the southernmost of the Scandinavian countries, consists of a peninsula, Jutland, and an archipelagoof 443 named islands,[N 2][10] with the largest being Zealand, Funen and the North Jutlandic Island. The islands are characterised by flat, arable land and sandy coasts, low elevation and a temperate climate. The southernmost of the Scandinavian nations, Denmark lies southwest of Sweden and south of Norway,[N 10] and is bordered to the south by Germany. The Kingdom of Denmark also includes two autonomous constituent countries in the North Atlantic Ocean: the Faroe Islandsand Greenland. Denmark has a total area of 42,924 km2 (16,573 sq mi), land area of 42,394 km2 (16,368 sq mi),[3] and the total area including Greenland and the Faroe Islands is 2,210,579 km2 (853,509 sq mi), and a population of 5.8 million (as of 2019).[11]

The unified kingdom of Denmark emerged in the 10th century as a proficient seafaring nation in the struggle for control of the Baltic Sea.[2] Denmark, Sweden, and Norway were ruled together under one sovereign ruler in the Kalmar Union, established in 1397 and ending with Swedish secession in 1523. The areas of Denmark and Norway remained under the same monarch until 1814, Denmark–Norway. Beginning in the 17th century, there were several devastating wars with the Swedish Empire, ending with large cessions of territory to Sweden. After the Napoleonic Wars, Norway was ceded to Sweden, while Denmark kept the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Iceland. In the 19th century there was a surge of nationalist movements, which were defeated in the First Schleswig War. After the Second Schleswig War in 1864, Denmark lost the Duchy of Schleswig to Prussia. Denmark remained neutral during World War I, however, in 1920 the northern half of Schleswig became Danish again. In April 1940, a German invasion saw brief military skirmishes while the Danish resistance movement was active from 1943 until the German surrender in May 1945. An industrialised exporter of agricultural produce in the second half of the 19th century, Denmark introduced social and labour-market reforms in the early 20th century that created the basis for the present welfare state modelwith a highly developed mixed economy.

The Constitution of Denmark was signed on 5 June 1849, ending the absolute monarchy, which had begun in 1660. It establishes a constitutional monarchy organised as a parliamentary democracy. The government and national parliament are seated in Copenhagen, the nation’s capital, largest city, and main commercial centre. Denmark exercises hegemonic influence in the Danish Realm, devolving powers to handle internal affairs. Home rule was established in the Faroe Islands in 1948; in Greenland home rule was established in 1979 and further autonomy in 2009. Denmark became a member of the European Economic Community (now the EU) in 1973, but negotiated certain opt-outs; it retains its own currency, the krone. It is among the founding members of NATO, the Nordic Council, the OECD, OSCE, and the United Nations; it is also part of the Schengen Area. Denmark has close ties to its Scandinavian neighbours also linguistically, with the Danish language being partially mutually intelligible with both Norwegian and Swedish.

Denmark is considered to be one of the most economically and socially developed countries in the world.[12] Danes enjoy a high standard of living and the country ranks highly in some metrics of national performance, including education, health care, protection of civil liberties, democratic governance, prosperity, and human development.[13][14][15] The country ranks as having the world’s highest social mobility,[16] a high level of income equality,[17] has the lowest perceived level of corruption in the world, the eleventh-most developed in the world, has one of the world’s highest per capita incomes, and one of the world’s highest personal income tax rates.[18]


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Tue August 17th


Learn With Us · Communication · Replay

In this LIVE session from INKISH.TV, Editor Morten Reitoft share his views on marketing from the 4P's to the very purpose of marketing. Thanks to Mark Stephenson from Fujifilm to join the live session. Credits to: Coca Cola Commercial from the '40s Miss South Carolina All Packaging 1 All Packaging 2 Conor Neil Inspiration from Professor Wolters

Thu June 24th

Michael Thorvaldsen – Why using mo...

Michael Thorvaldsen (Antalis) - talking about paper and why it sometimes makes sense to choose a more expensive paper rather than always focusing on the lowest denominator. LinkedIn Profile:

Thu June 24th


Kasper Larsen on Why and How to be susta...

Kasper is the second printing company in the world, being cradle-to-cradle compliant. In this session we hear about the journey, why it's important, and how it can be good business! LinkedIn Profile:

Thu June 24th

De En Es Fr Nl Pt

Kevin McKell · Fast Forward · Loch Lomon...

I live just north of Glasgow in Scotland on the banks of Loch Lomond. Like most sales guys…You know, you spend a lot of time traveling, a lot of time in the office. Probably way too much time working and not enough time personal. I have a lovely golden retriever dog. And him and I walk constantly. And this is my regular walk where I go with a dog. The Loch Lomond Whiskey is a very smooth whiskey. I think it should just be savored and enjoyed. My father is 87. And every night in life he has a big stiff whiskey. I'm sure, Captain Haddock, has maybe dabbled in some of the other ones as well. But but if that's his brand, then good on them. I have a beautiful wife and two lovely kids and a dog. And I love my dog. That's not to say I don't love my kids and my wife. It Is a very true saying. If you love your job, you'll never work a day in your life. My engineering background wants to help people solve problems. I believe in what I do. I believe that I try and do my best for the people that I do the job for. The challenge I have in the industry is the product that we sell, which is Corona treatment, not a lot of people really know it or understand it. They know they need it, but they don't really understand it. The founder of the company Vetaphone, that was actually the guy that invented Corona treatment. Because necessarily invent something doesn't necessarily mean you're the best. And actually that's something that I'm very conscious of. So therefore, to make sure that you are the best, you have to do it in a very different aspect. You have to address all areas of the process. As a company like you mentioned earlier, we're very proud of our history. And one of the things that really separates us from that is the knowledge of the process. We try and help them understand that not one size fits all. We're approaching them to help educate them in the process. And then we can go into the technology and why it's different. Why that is? Why should they buy the piece of equipment that we've got as opposed to just making something themselves? LinkedIn Profile:

Mon June 7th

De En Es Fr Nl Pt

The Packaging Industry will Always Survi...

In this INKISH film, we visit TRESU and talk to VP, Ancillary & Global Customer Care, Henrik Kristensen & VP, Solutions, Ronni Nielsen. The company is well-known in the industry for its development of flexo-machines and a valuable OEM supplier to many different companies, but Heidelberg and HP to mention two! Both Ronni Nielsen and Henrik Kristensen explain how the four business units have supported the pandemic companies' efforts. Enjoy the film!

Mon May 24th

De En Es Fr Nl Pt

Flexo Wash is a One Stop Solution Provid...

In this INKISH episode, we visit the Danish global provider of washing equipment for labels, flexo, and gravure, and it's quite interesting to see how the company has developed into a global leader in the cleaning segment. In this film we talk to Director Lars Kongstad, Area Sales Manager Mette Laursen & Sales Director Svend Brix - and we are sure you will like this film! Enjoy!

Wed April 28th

De En Fr Nl Pt

Kim Regin Sustmann · Fast Forward · Comm...

Well, International Business is about communication. The picture is illustrating a situation where I just had signed a contract with a Chinese company. Helping them to come to the European markets. A short time after we signed the contract, the same day, the manager asked me to go into a meeting room and then explain to all his managers how it was to make business in Europe. And I'm sitting in front of this Chinese group of people, the two sitting left to me, they spoke some English. And the rest was just looking. And I had a preplanned English PowerPoint I was using. It is not about the word 'understanding'. It's more about the word do you comprehend? And this is where International Business Cross Culture very often goes wrong. Business in Europe is about knowing how and knowing who. It's about having a network. It's about knowing the markets. Empathy is about understanding, comprehending, trying to see who you have on the other side. Understand the way they are. It's about relationships. It is a people's business. It's very important. I'm not trying to sell them anything. I'm explaining them what my products can do. And what they can do for them. And together we find a concept which would be the right one for them. In Europe, we have trust. Straight away. The first time you and I we met each other, we had trust. In Asia, it's different. You earn trust, it takes time. You need to get closer and closer and closer. In this specific case, I came back to this guy five years ago. I called him saying: are you home? And he greeted with me with open arms. I hadn't seen him in the company for twenty over years. And said: look here Kim. This was the bottle you gave me thirty over years ago. I kept it and cherished it. And I saved it for a memorable day. That wasn't the customer's attitude. That was a friend's attitude.

Mon April 26th

De En Es Fr Nl Pt

Changing Trends Moving to Mid-Web for In...

The packaging market continues to surprise new innovative solutions, new capabilities, and a changing trend towards a wider format. FlexoPrint in Randers, Denmark, is one of Denmark's leading flexo printing companies, serving customers in Scandinavia, Germany, and as CEO Lars Ole Nauta says, "Wherever there is an order, we try to get it." In this film, we get an insight into the recent investment of the Nilpeter FA 26" machine, which, according to Nauta, serves a gap in the market. FlexoPrints flexibility to serve fast is a KPI that will help to fill the machine with more jobs. Enjoy the film.

Wed April 14th

En De En Es Fr Nl Pt

Henrik Klem Lassen · Fast Forward · Isra...

That photo is taken from one of the last trips before the Corona started. We didn't really know what was going to hit us. When I look at that photo, it shows the international mindset. It shows the lack of worries that we had at the time. It's a mindset taking in what is interesting and good around us in the world. And people meet up internationally. We do come with our own culture. But we are still open to learn from others. The dog is clearly looking at a bright horizon. To have a dog is something that my wife and kids always wanted. And it has made us appreciate more of the things that we have in the area of our house. I've never taken so many walks. Even at six o'clock in the morning, because you can see the sun is rising. When you walk along the beach, walk in your own thoughts and think. And maybe we do too little of that. We are so busy answering the next e-mail that we stop thinking about what is actually not just the values, but also one of the opportunities. I do that as an offset for, for instance, our business development. We were hit really hard by this Covid-19 and we had to stop our usual business traveling around making films. And all of a sudden we had to rethink: what are we doing? Communication companies have to rethink their communication. How do we capture the value for our customers and for our business? In the beginning, we all thought that this was just going to go away in a matter of months. Now we're in the new reality. And I think that we've all learned a lot from that. And I think that our business models have developed as well. Some of the virtual meetings is here to stay. And I see INKISH as a new way of communicating. I think that it's very common for a lot of trade medias to communicate with the industry in a way where they preserve the already known ways of doing it.

Mon January 4th

De En Es Fr Nl Pt

We Stock Base Models & Customize on...

Uffe Nielsen is the 2nd generation owner (now with more partners) of Grafisk Maskinfabrik or GM. GM delivers advanced finishing technology for the label and flexible industry and is recognized as being among the best in the world. With a combination of OEM products and the company's own brand - Uffe Nielsen, in this video, talk about the benefits of combining three locations into one. The company is scaling up these years and take advantage of mass-production. Uffe Nielsen explains that they produce base-models for stock, which quickly enable them to customize the machines to the customer's need when ordered! Great company. This is our second film from GM - where the first is about the company's story and background. Watch the first part by clicking this link:

Tue December 15th

De En Es Fr Nl Pt

GM Expand Production Capability to fulfi...

As with so many companies, Grafisk Maskinfabrik or GM started 40 years ago in the current Director Uffe Nielsens parents' kitchen. Today GM is a recognized supplier of roll-based finishing equipment for digital and flexo labels, both under their own brand and an OEM supplier. Recently GM has moved to a new headquarter where the company now enjoys both a larger showroom and new and modern facilities with space for growth. In this Conversations, Director Uffe Nielsen talk to Editor Morten Reitoft about the history, the current situation, and the future. Great story - so please enjoy.

Mon December 14th

De En Es Fr Nl Pt

Glunz & Jensen consolidating produc...

Martin Overgaard Hansen is the relatively new CEO of Glunz & Jensen. The company has deep roots in the pre-press industry, producing equipment for high-quality plate-making. With administration and R&D in Denmark and production in Slovakia, the company is in a restructuring mode where the company is scaled to meet the future's needs. Martin Overgaard Hansen comes from outside the printing industry and has the tough job managing the restructuring. In this INKISH Conversation, we get a great insight into how the company sees itself and its future role.

Sun December 6th


What is a Digital Mindset by Morten Reit...

What is a Digital Mindset, and how will it impact the printing industry in the future? By INKISH Editor Morten B. Reitoft.

Sun December 6th


Web-to-print is more than www presented ...

Most printing companies think of web-to-print as the vista prints, the online printing companies, etc. Web-to-Print is way more, and entirely new ways to do business online promise this session by Editor Morten B. Reitoft from INKISH.

Fri October 23rd


drupa 2021 to be canceled · Andreas Webe...

*This is our opinion based on intense research that we will write about in a series of articles on INKISH NEWS in the week from October 26th-30th. We are confident that Drupa 2021 WILL be canceled - or at least, our analysis of the situation points in that direction. The conversation between Andreas Weber, CEO INKISH D-A-CH, and Morten Reitoft, Editor-in-Chief, INKISH, is an appetizer to a week with articles about drupa. For the past many weeks, we have talked to people in the industry, other exhibition venues, media, sub-contractors, hotels, restaurants, and many more about the situation in Düsseldorf. The COVID-19 situation is, of course, the reason for the uncertainty, but why isn't drupa canceling drupa 2021? As with so many things, it's because of money. The drupa machine is vast, and the impact on the printing industry and the city of Düsseldorf is unimaginable. The situation for exhibitors is not comfortable. Lots of money is tight to drupa, and Messecenter Düsseldorf, and how drupa is handling the current situation, is most likely influencing the tradeshow's very future. Signup to our newsletter on INKISH NEWS and get notifications when articles about drupa are released! Signup link:

Thu September 24th


Web-to-Print is more than www · Morten B...

Most people think of Web-to-Print as the huge online stores like Flyer Alarm, Onlineprinters, Saxo Print, Vistaprint and others - but there are many other options - let’s talk about the API’s - different business models, and more… Morten Reitoft, INKISH

Thu September 24th


How Do IoT Devices Connect? · Morten Rei...

How do IoT devices connect to different brands and types of technology, and how will software enable smarter solutions?

Thu September 24th


What is a Digital Mindset? · Morten B. R...

What is a Digital Mindset, and how will it impact the printing industry in the future?

Thu May 28th


Morten Reitoft · Selling · Learn With Us...

In this 'Learn with Us' session, editor Morten Reitoft from INKISH share his thoughts about the difference between sales and selling. Maybe you can learn?

Tue May 26th


Morten Reitoft · IoT Sponsored by Horizo...

In Morten Reitoft's second session today, he speaks about IoT or Internet of Things. What is it, how can it influence your printing company, and why is it important to understand. Hopefully some inspiration from us :-)

Tue May 26th


Carsten Bøg · Grakom · Learn With Us

In this ''Learn With Us' session Carsten Bøg from Grakom (The federation of Danish Printers) explains the ClimateCalc tool that enables printing companies to calculate their carbon emissions. One of the things Carsten Bøg talk about is the fact that the ClimateCalc originally was intended to help printing companies to save energy - now the platform gives you a great insight in your energy consumption and the emissions related to your products. To get ClimateCalc is easy (your local federation), and not very expensive.

Tue May 26th


Morten B. Reitoft · INKISH · Learn With ...

In this 'Learn With Us' session editor Morten B. Reitoft from INKISH guides you through his thoughts about the "market" and how to address this.

Mon May 25th


Henrik Klem Lassen · INKISH · Learn With...

Henrik Klem Lassen is the Business Development Manager of INKISH and has a very comprehensive background from Deloitte, Copenhagen Business School, running his own successful company, and now working on developing INKISH. In this presentation, he gives some very good advice on why discounts should be considered carefully every time given.

Mon May 25th


Kit Tomshøj & Kasper Tomshøj · Prin...

In this Learn with Us session Kit Tomshøj, and Michael Bradley tell to explain how to calculate prices. The presentation is a great balance between basic knowledge and a few examples of how you would do it in case you have the PrintVis ERP/MIS solution. After the presentation, CEO Kasper Tomshøj also joins for the Q&A session - where we, among other things, discuss the newly developed AI module developed to suggest prices to customers. Great inspiration.

Fri March 13th


Full Presentation: Why and how to use vi...

INKISH Editor & CEO Morten B. Reitoft was invited to Stockholm to give a presentation on Why and How to Use Video in your Communication. We filmed everything, and here is the presentation. The presentation takes almost an hour, but hopefully, you will enjoy, and hopefully, you can learn. That was the intention. Great day ahead!

Wed January 22nd

INKISH at drupa 2020

We are People, and we are for sure also drupa here in 2020. We look very much forward to cover drupa the best possible way we can with more than 55+ hours of LIVE broadcast, visiting more than 150+ booths, and a lot of activities on our booth, on the show floor, and of course with guests, sponsors, friends, and everybody we meet on our way.

Sun December 8th


Conni Dreyer at the INKISH NON-EVENT 201...

INKISH hosted for the first time ever our NON-EVENT. The Non-event is celebrating the people that have been in front of the camera, or been supporting INKISH during the past years. This is a new recurring event, and the idea is to give space for the people we have featured to connect in a new way. We invited 150 people, and 32 decided to join us. Our guests came from Japan, Canada, USA, UK, Belgium, Sweden, and Denmark - and we are confident that next year, even more, will come. We asked most of our participants to talk LIVE during the dinner - and here is Conni Dreyer from Denmark. Conni Dreyer is the CEO of Dreyer Kliche, which is one of the world's best producers of cliches for embossing and foil stamping. Her company has actually won several awards, and you can't find any luxury brand in the world that hasn't been produced by her and her team. Enjoy!

Sun December 8th


Jacob Hededam Hummel at the INKISH NON-E...

INKISH hosted for the first time ever our NON-EVENT. The Non-event is celebrating the people that have been in front of the camera, or been supporting INKISH during the past years. This is a new recurring event, and the idea is to give space for the people we have featured to connect in a new way. We invited 150 people, and 32 decided to join us. Our guests came from Japan, Canada, USA, UK, Belgium, Sweden, and Denmark - and we are confident that next year, even more, will come. We asked most of our participants to talk LIVE during the dinner - and here is Jacob Hededam Hummel from Denmark. Jacob Hededam Hummel is employed by Heidelberg GmbH, but work out of mostly Denmark and the UK, and that is among other reasons because Heidelberg is now working in clusters, but also since Jacob Hededam Hummel is specialized in Heidelbergs workflow and automation solution Prinnect. Enjoy!

Sun December 8th


Klavs Holm at the INKISH NON-EVENT 2019 ...

INKISH hosted for the first time ever our NON-EVENT. The Non-event is celebrating the people that have been in front of the camera, or been supporting INKISH during the past years. This is a new recurring event, and the idea is to give space for the people we have featured to connect in a new way. We invited 150 people, and 32 decided to join us. Our guests came from Japan, Canada, USA, UK, Belgium, Sweden, and Denmark - and we are confident that next year, even more, will come. We asked most of our participants to talk LIVE during the dinner - and here is Klavs Holm from Denmark. Klavs Holm is the CEO of Medit Consult a leading workflow- and management consultant company in the media industry. Enjoy!

Wed October 2nd


INKISH.TV@Printing United · Dallas · Oct...

'The Lunchbreak Hours' is our LIVE broadcast format and we are SO proud of executing this show during all three days at Printing United 2019. One day is with our friends from Chili Publish and the two other days at various locations trying to catch the vibe from the expo. We broadcast daily from 11 AM to 1 PM US Central Time. We hope to see you!

Tue June 11th

Antalis Focuses on Digital Print as well...

The supply chain, as we know, is under pressure since both technology and demand for print changes. At the recent PrintNext19 event we met with Product Manager Michael Thorvaldsson from Antalis. Behind the "Product Manager" title, you'll find a dedication from Antalis to define their role in the future print market. For many years Reel-based paper to i.e., web-offset printing companies have been supplied directly from the mills. The Merchants on the other side has built efficient distributions for the sheetfed offset and digital print market. With the growth in digital web-based printing, the future of distribution is maybe also challenged? Michael Thorvaldsson regularly visits printing companies in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden to ensure both a top-of-mind, but also, and maybe more important to understand the demands printing companies have as well as focusing on the range of substrates that Antalis represents. In this film, Michael Thorvaldsson talks about hybrid paper and some of the challenges of being Antalis.

Thu January 24th


Why Considering Label Print as part of y...

At the annual meeting for Federation of Norwegian Printers, we got the chance to meet with Senior Management Consultant Michael Bach Nielsen from Medit Consult. He is one of the leading consultants in the Scandinavian print market and has a great insight in both label print - as well as management in general. No doubt that many printers these days are looking for alternatives in their offerings and though label seems to be a consistent and profitable business area, Michael Bach Nielsen warns about the challenges that have​ to be considered before entering the market space. Listen, learn, watch, like, and share!

Sun November 18th


Taking Hot Stamping Tools To The Extreme...

Dreyer Kliché produces hot stamping tools for the printing industry (hint for fine packaging, books, paper bags, wine labels, etc.). Being recognized as one of the world's best tool-maker, of course, makes us particularly interested in talking to the CEO Conni Dreyer when we met her at Scanpack in Gothenburg. With a theme build around Hans Christian Andersen's Tinder-Box fairytale, the stage is set and by showcasing the fantastic result of fantastic tools customers are invited to see for themselves what's possible. Quite amazing. Take a look at the interview and if you are interested, we have also made some films that showcase the process from idea to final​ result:

Wed July 4th

Automation – how to create a compe...

Thomas Torp is not only CEO for the Federation of Printers in Denmark (Grakom) but also a newly elected member of Intergraf's steering committee. We got a chance to talk with him at the recent conference in Denmark about 'automation'. The interview is in Danish.

Tue May 22nd


Intermail closes envelope division and s...

We did a portrait of Intermail back in May 2018 where CEO Anders Ertmann explained the transformation process the company was in the middle of. A major milestone was the selling of the entire envelope division to BONG. Intermail is a publically traded company and the market awarded the changes by sky-rocketing the price with more than 250%. We got the chance to talk with CEO Anders Ertmann about the changes at the latest Print Next 18 event in Stockholm. The previous interview can be seen here:

Sat May 5th


INKISH.TV Proudly presents: Do customers...

At Print Next18 in Stockholm April 25th-26th printers, vendors and even customers met to the bi-annual event - previously covered by INKISH.TV under the name Grakom I/O. This year was a major success with more than 230 attendees - which is a record for the organizer Grafkom. On the 26th the morning session was conducted by INKISH editor Morten Reitoft who gave a speech on the topic "Do Customers demand web-to-print?" See the full speech here - and feel free to suggest, comment and of course just listen, if you like.

Tue April 17th


INKISH.TV proudly presents: Paper in the...

In this INKISH episode, we take a look at the paper and print in the public space. Sometimes we simply forget to let us inspire from the print that surrounds us daily.

Thu April 12th


INKISH.TV proudly presents: Influencers

Paper is one of the most commoditized products in the printing industry - however, if the industry is going to make more money maybe printers should shift focus from commodity paper to special- and branded- paper much more than now. We at INKISH believe that an increased focus on paper can be both profitable and also bring higher value to our customers. This is our first time we do an episode like this - ok satisfied, room for improvement - feel free to comment and suggest.

Sat March 10th


INKISH.TV Proudly presents: Hans Dalmeij...

Canon Denmark's Production Marketing Manager Hans Dalmeijer is very satisfied with the results of their presence at the latest Sign, Print & Pack exhibition.

Thu February 8th

The Mystery of Prices by INKISH.TV edit...

Editor Morten B. Reitoft from INKISH.TV was invited to Grafkom I/O to give a speech about "The Mystery of Prices" and though both sound and image quality isn't that good, we have decided to publish this anyway as a separate episode on INKISH.TV. The speech touches upon cost, market, and sales prices and why pricing is a mystery to some. One of the reasons is of course because all printers don't win all jobs and you can then speculate about your customer's loyalty, total market potential and other things in your pursuit of success.

Mon January 29th


INKISH.TV Proudly presents: Henrik Krist...

"We are the Bosch of the printing industry" Henrik Kristensen claim in this interview made at Print17 in Chicago 2017 - and he is right. In equipment from most major print vendors, you'll find Tresu manufactured products. TRESU has four divisions and in this interview you can hear more about what they do and their tremendous success in the market - not only by one VP, but from two VP's - please welcome Henrik Kristensen and Allan Sander.

Mon January 15th

INKISH.TV proudly presents: INKISH.TV On...

Well - being an international TV-channel for- and about the printing industry requires some traveling - and we made a short (4 min) look back at 2017. 2018 looks even more exciting with respect to traveling and we have already been in both the US and in Belgium in 2018. Enjoy our journey.

Wed December 20th


INKISH.TV Proudly presents: The AMS Spec...

Substrates and effects are quite difficult to show on video and though we rarely do this on INKISH.TV we really liked the new lookbook V2 from AMS Spectral UV. President Steve Metcalf presented the lookbook at Print17 and we bring here a more or less un-edited version of his presentation. What is worth thinking of is the fact that the entire book is done on a 6-color B1 KBA printing machine with one LED UV lamp. No effects have been added in screen afterward - so what you see is what you get. The lookbook shows the potential of UV-print and since both inks and investment in UV is dropping these years and you even can buy equipment from all the major vendors with pre-installed UV - AMS Spectral UV - now a part of Baldwin - has really pushed their way into printing companies worldwide. As Steve Metcalf also explains in the episode - the ink densities can be dramatically increased and since curing is instant you can even print with high densities on un-coated substrates, on plastics and this, of course, opens up for a lot of new applications for a printer. A while ago we also spoke to Marc De Jong from Deltabach in Holland about his investment in LED-UV and as he explained he was having his company in a relatively small place, the instant drying of the printed paper gave him extra space since he didn't have to stock printed paper before binding. With Baldwin's investment in AMS Spectral UV, it is, of course, interesting to see whether LED-UV will lead over H-UV. Baldwin delivers both technologies.

Mon December 11th


INKISH.TV proudly presents: Peter Frober...

Peter Froberg is a partner in the company Innovation Lab and one of the speakers at the recent Grakomdagen in Denmark. At the event, he gave a speech about maybe one of the most hyped expressions, namely Disruption and we asked for an interview afterward to understand more about the difference between disruption and innovation.

Tue December 5th


INKISH.TV Proudly presents: Anders Ertma...

InterMail has a strong background in the mail, envelope and fulfilment business but is undergoing a lot of changes - from being solely a paper-based supplier to be a leader in Loyalty programs throughout Scandinavia. Actually InterMail has been a company working with digital solutions for more than 20 years - but with the new CEO Anders Ertmann it seems that a lot of changes are in the pipeline and that the company will change over the next years in order to become not only a leader in the business they are well-known for, but also for the business they will conquer.

Sun October 8th

INKISH.TV – Live from GrakomØst (east) e...

This live event is about prices - what is cost price, sales price and does market prices at all exist? Flemming Olesen - production executive in both commercial print and packaging, label, repro, Palle Odsgaard - owner of a commerial printer (Dystan&Rosenberg) and Steen Murmann CEO of Antalis discuss prices, paper, equipment, technology and other quite interesting subjects - moderated by Michael Bach Nielsen, Senior Consultant from MeditConsult. Event was held at Intermail by GrakomØst - a local division of the Federation of Printers in Denmark. Event was held in Danish.

Sun September 10th

INKISH.TV proudly presents: Grakomdagen ...

Information is key. Knowledge a need. Sharing is a tool - and in Denmark, the Federation of printers Grakom - has once more put a fantastic program together. Multiple simultaneous tracks with speakers talking about management, disruption, behavior - well - so many tracks and so little time. We at INKISH.TV has made a small voxpop from the event and will shortly follow up with interviews. Stay tuned.

Thu July 13th


INKISH.TV Proudly Presents: Patrick Geor...

Patrick George from PrintSites explains in this INKISH.TV film about PrintSites - one of the rather large e-commerce exhibitors at GraphExpo 2016. PrintSites have taken SaaS solutions a step further and also help their customers with first-line customer support. This is truly great and new in our opinion. As usual, please watch, Like and Share.

Thu May 4th


INKISH.TV Proudly Presents: CCO Kasper L...

"I honestly believe if we hadn't done what we did we wouldn't be here today" Please give a warm welcome to CCO Kasper Larsen and board member Gitte Haar from KLS PurePrint. No doubt that the environment is on the agenda in these years. Greenhouse gasses, global warming and growing concerns from both consumers, NGO's, politicians of course also require the printing industry to think. KLS PurePrint is not just thinking - they are actually doing and together with a few other printers across Europe PurePrint has been defined as a new brand for not just environmental friendly production but also cradle to cradle responsibility. KLS PurePrint has been one of the world's leading printing companies in relation to figure out how to actually be responsible for future generations and is our opinion a lightning tower in the printing industry. Of course, any print company owner can and must speculate about the feasibility and the financial consequences going all-in but according to CCO Kasper Larsen, it seems that going responsible is also a financial advantage. Please see this important INKISH film and learn from some of the very first first-movers within the PurePrint concept.

Mon April 17th


INKISH.TV proudly presents: Owner Gitte ...

Gitte Amby, Jan Justesen, and Lars Justesen are the three family members behind one of the leading binderies in Denmark. This interview is the second in a mini-series about growth. We have already presented Buch's who have chosen a growth pass as a full-service provider. Centrum Grafisk Færdiggørelse is growing through M&A's and a clear strategy for products, services, and customers - and though in a small market and declining they seem to have a clear focus. We will get back with more information about the third company in the series in just a few weeks. This episode is in Danish with English subtitles - if you have problems seeing the subtitles when played from INKISH.TV please go directly to our YouTube channel for closed captions (CC).

Tue February 28th


INKISH.TV Proudly presents: Partner Thom...

Honestly, this visit was quite a surprise. Most companies in the world aim for growth and fortunately, there is not one single recipe for success. Buchs is from a medium size town in Denmark, Randers - and is a quite old company. It used to be a traditional printing company but the current partners have turned Buchs into a diverse business focusing on communication from A to Z. They have acquired Internet companies. They have acquired signage companies and what is also quite interesting is their business in Vietnam where 55 employees produce pre-press for magazines. Actually almost EVERY magazine from the larger publishers in Denmark. See, Like, Get Inspired by seeing this quite unusual company from Denmark.

Tue October 25th

INKISH.TV Proudly Presents: Postcard fro...

INKISH.TV covered GraphExpo for the first time held in Orlando, Florida, USA. It was a really cool event and here we give you a small postcard from the event. During the next weeks we will give you a lot of interviews from the event. Stay tuned.

Mon October 24th



INKISH.TV participated in International Print Day 2016 by sending live every hour during the day - October 19th. We have made a shorter edit of the 1.4 hour footage - so if you would like to spent 14 minutes with our editor Morten Reitoft, please enjoy :-)

Tue October 4th


INKISH.TV Proudly presents: CEO Jørgen B...

Most people believe that Amazon is the one and only online shop, when it comes to sales of books, but in Denmark - SAXO.COM is actually the most successful online book store and in this INKISH episode the founder and CEO Jørgen Balle Olesen gives some of his insights in an open and honest interview. SAXO.COM is in a process developing from being a bookstore online to be a platform bringing authors and readers together and the CEO also explains about his vision for expansion. For the printing industry one of his important statements is his belief in the paper based book. Listen and learn!

Wed April 13th


INKISH.TV proudly presents: Glunz &...

Glunz & Jensen is one of the worlds leading developers of CTP equipment for offset and flexoprint. Glunz & Jensen headquarter is just 25 minutes away from INKISH.TV - so what would be more natural than to pay them a visit. We did and what an amazing company. With more than 50.000 installations world wide and a global user base, Glunz & Jensen have proven their business model over the past 40 years.

Tue March 22nd


INKISH.TV BizzView: CEO Thomas Torp · Gr...

In BizzView INKISH.TV interviews the top leaders of the printing industry and get their view on where we are and where we are heading. Every episode will ask more or less the same questions, but the answers are very likely to be very different. Each top leader have his own opinion on how the challenges are faces and each top leader of course bring solutions to his market, based on the differences the markets faces. In this second episode please welcome CEO Thomas Torp from Grakom in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Wed February 3rd


INKISH.TV proudly presents: Robots in th...

Robots and the history of industrial revolutions plus interview with Henrik Chistiansen from Cool Graphics who deliver robots to the printing industry.

Mon January 25th


INKISH.TV proudly presents: Dreyer Klich...

Dreyer Kliche produce dies for sublime quality embossing, debossing, foils etc. A couple of weeks ago we paid a visit to this amazing supplier, who decided to become an international player less than ten years ago, and today rated as one of the best suppliers in EU for this type of products. See the story and get some great insights.

Thu September 10th


INKISH.TV and PrintProvider – behi...

This is how and why we do INKISH.TV

Fri September 4th


INKISH.TV presents: Fairs & Shows &#...

Ricoh, Canon and Epson share their opinions about about trade shows and fairs for the graphic arts industry. What's the difference between international fairs and local fairs?

Mon August 17th


What is INKISH all about? Well here you'll see a short presentation of our info channel. Really hope you like what you see...

Mon May 18th


INKISH.TV presents: There is something o... want viewers. want Likes. wants to be shared and we want to inspire your business. is about people, companies and technology in the printing industry. We like you, please like us.

Mon May 11th


INKISH.TV presents: Printvis by Novavisi...

Printvis is one of the industries most comprehensive ERP/MIS solution for the graphical industry, made by Novavision A/S. Printvis handles estimates, planning, salaries, inventory, finance, budgets, reporting, purchasing and more… In this program we meet the people behind Printvis, general manager and co-owner manager Kasper Tomshøj and employees of Novavision. Novavision, which means New Vision, was founded in 1997. Based on Microsoft Dynamics a new MIS system tailormade for the graphic industry Printvis has been developed. Printvis is a calculation and resource planning system that should bring ease to printers. Planning and pricing of complex graphical products regardless of production technology. Novavision has grown ever since and is today represented in many different markets and even operate their own subsidiaries in Norway, USA and with a head quarter in Denmark. Several hundrede printers world wide today rely on Novavisions software. Novavision is developing a standard software solution that afterwards is developed further according to customers specific requirements and needs.

Wed April 15th


INKISH.TV presents Heidi Graff RR Print

Please welcome CEO Heidi Graff from RR Print. RR Print is a Scandinavian distributor of printing equipment and consumables. Heidi Graff explains why both producers and customers should appreciate local representation...

Fri April 10th

INKISH.TV præsenterer: Dakabo og Litka D...

Et portræt af den usædvanlige danske bogbinder Litka Dalgaard Jespersen og hendes virksomhed Dakabo. Litka har vundet flere internationale grafiske priser for hendes fremragende arbejde. Se interviewet og de flotte gamle maskiner, der stadig er i fuldt vigør i faciliteterne på Glimvej, tæt på Roskilde.

Fri April 10th

INKISH.TV presents: Dakabo and Litka Dal...

A portrait of Litka Dalgaard Jespersen and her company Dakabo. She's a Danish bookbinder with a special niche. Litka has won several international prices for her outstanding work in the graphical and printing industry. Watch the interview and the magnificient vintage machines that's operating at the facilities in Roskilde, close to Copenhagen, Denmark. Also a lot of the products is made by hand.

Fri April 10th


INKISH.TV Proudly Presents: CEO Esben Mo... has in the past years become the absolute lightning tower in the Danish and even in the Scandinavian printing industry, so what wouldn't be more natural than paying them a visit. CEO Esben Mols Kabell explain about how he and his partner Anders Groenborg started and how they got to where they are today. Esben Mols Kabell also gives his views on the investments they have done in Heidelberg H-UV, his view on Inkjet - and since this text is updated October 2016, we now know that decided to invest in a HP T-240 printer. Watch or re-watch this great episode - and which was one of the very first episodes on INKISH.TV.