Sales are up at Communisis for the fifth consecutive year and the group has secured a significant new financial services contract as it targets further growth in 2015.
Printers looking to improve their knowledge of new digital applications, extend their services and bump up revenue are being offered workshop training.
Datagraphic has become the first company in the UK to acquire the Xerox Rialto 900 inkjet press as part of a seven-figure investment in new printing equipment.
Kodak has launched what it claims is the world’s fastest black and white inkjet press, the Kodak Prosper 1000 Plus.
Real Digital is due to take delivery of two Palamides Sima 220 automatic tray fillers this week on top of four recently installed models to bump up its production capabilities.
J Thomson Colour Printers has backed up a recent investment in MBO folders by replacing a Wohlenberg guillotine with a Polar 137 N Plus from Heidelberg, due to arrive this month.
CMYUK has opened a tailor-made showroom to anchor its place on the wide-format map and try to bump up its turnover by at least a fifth.
McMordie Bros is boasting the first Mimaki JFX200-2513 grand-format LED UV flatbed printer in Ireland to help the company expand its direct-to-board printing and rigid substrate service.
Agfa Graphics has added support for electronic document distribution to the latest version of its StoreFront open web-to-print system.
Fespa Digital 2016 will return to its birthplace, the Amsterdam RAI, next year, while this year’s flagship event is inching towards being a sell-out with more than 95% of the floorspace taken.
Print and visual communications specialist Callprint aims to ramp up turnover in its Birmingham hub by up to 50% with an expansion of the Midlands base.
Last week's Packaging Innovations show clocked up record numbers, say organisers, who totted up 6,585 visitors descending onto the stands of the 350 exhibitors.
Cestrian has come top of North West Business Insider’s list of the most profitable companies in the region, which was announced yesterday (2 March).