HP has launched its first home-grown print and cut units with two new dual-device wide-format machines set to be given their European debuts at Fespa next month.
Students and print and graphics arts apprentices are being asked to design an Ipex advert that promotes this year’s event.
Blackburn-based commercial printer Empine Print has launched Empine Education, a sub-brand, dedicated solely to printing for the education sector.
EFI has seen its Q1 turnover fall by 2% compared to the same stage last year.
One of Northern Ireland’s biggest commercial printers has ramped up production with a £450,000 spend centred on upgrading its pre-press operation and the installation of what it claimed was the first Xerox...
Canon Europe has extended its Océ VarioPrint i-Series portfolio with the launch of the Océ VarioPrint i200, a 200ppm sheetfed inkjet press.
Abbey Print has replaced a 20-year-old guillotine with a CCM Premier 780 in an effort to improve efficiency.
Dats Print Services has invested around £280,000 in a secondhand four-colour-plus-coater Heidelberg SM 52 Anicolor to enable it to take on new work, save time, and be more cost-competitive.
Precision Printing has invested in a new RMGT (Ryobi) LED-UV press to support its move to new premises and boost its capacity.
A clutch of print-related companies have been recognised in the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.
The UK Supreme Court has refused permission for tobacco firms to appeal against the plain packaging for cigarettes legislation that will come into force next month.
Creative print and direct mail company ThreeFiveFour has invested £126,000 in a Ricoh Pro C9110 to increase its productivity and quality and improve its turnaround times.
A ‘northern wayzgoose’ is being organised over the summer by two Yorkshire-based exponents of letterpress printing and fine binding.