Consumer magazine print runs have declined overall but there are some winners in the latest figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
Writtle Holdings could launch a rival takeover bid for Tangent Communications.
Digitalprinting.co.uk has invested in HP’s SmartStream Production Centre for its new Series 3 Indigo 7R press and two existing Indigo machines as it prepares for a push into trade printing.
The owner of the Independent has confirmed that the newspaper is to ditch its print editions and go online only, making it the first national daily to cease publication since Today in 1995.
One of the country’s foremost motorsport engineering education centres has teamed up with Mimaki distributor Hybrid Services to try and push wide-format print to new audiences.
The British Association for Print and Communications (BAPC) hosted its annual awards at a lunch held on Wednesday (11 February).
A House of Lords decision to scrap the centuries old tradition of recording Acts of Parliament on vellum has sparked an outcry, with the story going viral on social media with the #savevellum hashtag....
Cestrian Imaging has become one of the first companies to invest in the EFI Vutek HSr Pro dedicated roll-to-roll inkjet press.
Envelope supplier Blake is targeting diversification and multi-channel business growth by appointing a new head of sales and opening a new Midlands warehouse.
C&T Channel Matrix is targeting corrugated convertors, carton producers and print finishers with a new consumables range.
Jaymar Packaging has become the first company in the country to install a new keep-clean covering on a press.
Condé Nast and Hearst have set up a new joint venture in the US that could have far-reaching implications for magazine production if it sets a trend.
Heidelberg’s burgeoning services division accounted for almost half of the firm’s sales in its latest quarterly results.