Trinity Mirror plans to close its Newcastle printing plant putting 49 jobs under threat.
Operating profits at Tangent’s print business have crashed by 95% from £1m to just £50,000.
De La Rue is to implement a major restructure of its print manufacturing footprint in a bid to save £13m a year and reduce excess capacity.
Specialist paper merchant Proco Papers Europe has added sheeting of DuPont Tyvek to its range of services.
An independently owned sheetfed printer has gone into administration after more than 100 years in business.
This year’s PrintWeek Awards Company of the Year, Buxton Press, is investing in a second Stahlfolder as it continues its multimillion-pound equipment overhaul.
Noted in Style, a Kent-based manufacturer and supplier of customised and branded products, has taken on a new production apprentice as it continues to grow.
Edwardthompson has invested more than £400,000 in a raft of new machinery and equipment upgrades to increase its short-run promotional games production by around 50%.
PrintWeek is asking its readers to cast their votes for the industry's leading lights in its annual Power 100 poll and potentially win a £100 John Lewis voucher.
Flint Group has agreed to acquire the majority shareholder of Xeikon, XBC BV, and use the press and consumables manufacturer as the basis of a new digital division.
MIS company Tharstern has rebranded to support its global ambitions, distilling its various company names down to one word.
Machinery supplier Engelmann and Buckham has announced a rebrand to reflect “extensive recent business changes”.
GF Smith is publishing a 100-page crowd-sourced photobook to provide “an authoritative tool for the print buyer and photographer”.