Music magazine NME is set to become a free publication in an attempt to reverse its steadily declining readership, and increase circulation from around 15,000 to 300,000.
BPIF president Gerald White has urged all the federation’s 1,300 members to take on “at least one” new apprentice in order to plug the industry’s looming skills gap.
Independent paper merchant Premier Paper Group has become a UK stockist of Lumi papers.
Pensord Press expects to boost like-for-like efficiency by between 30% and 40% when it takes delivery of the UK’s first 10-colour Speedmaster SX 102-10P press early next year.
A print business which started copying legal documents by hand in 1740 celebrated its 275th anniversary with a party at St Bride Foundation.
Woodford Litho is poised to go into administration in what is being described as a “managed process”.
The first female master of the Stationers’ Company plans to focus on education and broadening the company’s membership during her first year of office.
The BPIF is celebrating the success of more than 120 printing industry professionals who are the first-ever graduates of its Level 5 Graduate Management Programme.
Natural inks manufacturer Earthinks has launched a range of gravure inks and specialist coatings which it has said will offer improved sustainability and new possibilities to brand owners.
PCL Digital has bought two pieces of Duplo equipment to boost its productivity and increase its in-house service offering with the aim to increase turnover by 20 to 30% in the next 12 months.
Stephens & George has opted for a fifth 18,000sph Speedmaster XL 106-10-P to replace its last XL 105.
British laminating system manufacturer Vivid Laminating Technologies has agreed a new distribution partnership for the US with Connecticut-based reseller DataBind.
Xerox has been awarded a three-year £40m managed print services contract by the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA).