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No funds for Anton's unsecured creditors

Anton Group owed trade creditors £6.9m and had an estimated total shortfall of almost £13.4m when it collapsed earlier this year.

Q&A: Nicholas Russell, managing director, Cambridge Printers

We think Nicholas must be one of PrintWeek’s longest-standing readers as he’s been reading the magazine (and its forebears) for more than 50 years. He started out as a management trainee at the University Press, Oxford, in 1959.

Overmatter: stay classy

Regular readers of PrintWeek’s ‘From the Archive’ page (see inside back cover for this week’s delectation and delights), will be aware that in the past some printing industry supplier promotions were very obviously targeted at a largely male industry, and involved a superabundance of scantily clad nubile young women.

60 seconds with Myprint Partners

Back in 2014, Myprint Partners co-founder Richard Green approached Ian McCloskey (pictured) who was working as sales manager within the industry, with an idea to set up a new printing company.

Question mark over St Ives contracts

Uncertainty over a number of major contracts at St Ives could put a crimp in the group's plans to sell off its print operations.

Major investment at Printing & Packaging Co

Printing & Packaging Co has upped capacity and enhanced its print offering with a new seven-colour KBA Rapida 106 with double-coater.

Uncertainty hits letter volumes at Royal Mail

Parcel volumes are up at Royal Mail but business uncertainty has hit letter volumes, with marketing mail revenue substantially down.

Neenah's new screen print stencil paper turns heads

Neenah Paper showed one of the star products at last week’s Fespa exhibition in Hamburg – a new type of transfer paper that simplifies the production of small-format screens for screen printers.

Accolades for UK firms at Fespa Awards

UK printers put up a strong showing at this week’s Fespa Awards, carrying off four Gold Awards on the big night.

PM meets with printers on the campaign trail

Prime Minister Theresa May has made high-profile visits to two printing companies in the space of a week.

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