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By Richard Stuart-Turner, 03 May 2016

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Picture the scene. A client calls and urgently needs a job printed on uncoated stock, finished and ready by tomorrow. Not a difficult scenario to envisage in this day and age, but a job that many specialist litho printers would still struggle to accommodate, in-house at least.

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