Papermaker James Cropper has taken on three new senior members of staff.
Software developer XMPie has signed up for a stand at PrintWeekLive! and will be exhibiting alongside its partner, Xerox.
Buxton Press, the PrintWeek 2016 Company of the Year, has acquired Excel Publishing out of administration.
St Ives has initiated further cost-reduction measures in its Marketing Activation segment, leading its share price to fall to a six-month low.
Komori has expanded its Lithrone product portfolio with the launch of a larger format one-pass double-sided offset press.
Kodak has announced the streamlining of costs on its Prosper business, which could incur charges of up to $17m (£13.8m), as efforts to sell the inkjet operation continue.
Transactional mail printer MPS Marketing Services has purchased a second Neopost folding and enclosing line.
In a trading update released today (19 January), Communisis has said its trading for the year to 31 December 2016 finished in line with expectations.
Tradeprint has signed up for PrintWeekLive! and is looking to present more of an interactive offering than it has at previous trade shows.
EFI chief executive Guy Gecht highlighted Artificial Intelligence (AI) as the next big thing for the industry in his opening address at EFI’s annual user conference, Connect.
Commercial printer Laser Graphics has invested in a Heidelberg Versafire CV, its first investment in a press from the German manufacturer.
Lincolnshire-based print management firm Systematic Print has won a three-year, £1m contract to provide all printed materials for recycling giant Suez.
Wide-format specialist Matic Media has invested in a Mimaki UJV55-320 LED UV roll-fed printer to support its self-developed web-to-print software platform, Graphic Warehouse.