Xaar is “pleased with progress” at its half-year and has revealed that a major player in textiles is among the first OEM partners for its new 5601 aqueous printhead.
Manroland Sheetfed owner Langley Holdings has said it is confident of a “remarkably strong year” as signings following Drupa boost order intake.
Berlin-based mobile technology company Sprylab has opened an office in the UK and hired former Rhapsody head of digital John Rahim as its general manager.
Agfa Graphics is adding to its LED UV-curing family of devices with the Anapurna H3200i LED, set to be officially unveiled next month in the US.
Wide-format specialist Artisan Signs has purchased a 3.2m-wide Mimaki UJV55-320 LED-UV printer, in a bid to move further into the textiles market.
The UK’s second largest postal services provider Whistl has won a five-year contract to handle all government and public sector post in Northern Ireland.
Printers and buyers have issued warnings about a London-based print farmer that takes deposits for jobs and then, often quoting alleged production problems, fails to deliver full orders.
Tewkesbury Printing has invested heavily to upgrade its post-press equipment with the purchase of a Polar 92N Plus guillotine and a Stahlfolder BH66 semi-automatic folder.
Blake Envelopes has appointed the former operations director at paper merchant Robert Horne as general manager.
Two time-served printers have set up a new letterpress trade printing service.
Packaging, print and design company YRG Eclipse has moved to new premises and invested in a number of pieces of kit in a £2m spend.
Print industry credit specialist ICSM has partnered with debt collectors DCBL as part of a ramped up debt recovery service for its members.
De La Rue has created a new security printing joint venture with the Government of Kenya.