Manroland Sheetfed has seen improved results for the fourth consecutive year after owner Langley Holdings transformed it from a “lumbering leviathan” into an “efficient business”.
Paragon Group has made a major £3m investment in new digital printing equipment for its Service Point network, including the UK's largest order for Xerox Versant printers.
James Cropper could soon be transforming up to 100 million used McDonald's coffee cups a year into paper after the two companies signed a landmark deal.
Event industry graphics specialist Oasis Graphic Co has acquired exhibition graphics company Mustard Solutions to strengthen its own exhibition arm.
KJB Print UK has made a double investment in Ricoh technology to boost its capacity and enable it to cope with increasing demand.
Digital book printer Printondemand-worldwide has continued its automation drive by investing in a Kolbus DA270 Casemaker.
Two of Yorkshire's longest-established printing companies have merged after Platinum Print acquired local competitor Harrogate Printing.
Anytech Print has invested in a DYSS X5-1310T twin-head digital cutter to boost its in-house capabilities after seeing increasing demand.
Johnston Press hopes to have drastically reduced its huge £90m-plus pension deficit following a reassessment of its scheme.
The Delta Group has transformed its POS print strategy with the installation of an HP Indigo 20000 Digital Press.
Hexis UK has launched a new high-gloss premium digital printing PVC suitable for fleet graphics applications, the V200WG1 opaque European-grade 100% polymeric vinyl.
Commercial printer Abbey Print has invested in a Premier 420 Perfect Binder to enhance its existing book work and expand its market reach.
The boss of the former Emap B2B publishing business has said the firm will keep printing “just not necessarily mass distribution magazine products”.