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Change afoot at Callprint as new London site opens

Callprint Group has opened a new site in London’s Tobacco Dock, in a move described by its group director as a “catalyst for change”.

GGS moves into wide-format banner market

Gardiner Graphic Supplies (GGS) has taken its first step into the wide-format banner market with the launch of its Print-On textured banner roller material.

Grafenia ups its Image with largest acquisition to date

Grafenia has made a further acquisition with the purchase of Manchester-based wide-format printer Image Everything for £3m, its second and largest buy since it revealed its intention last summer to upscale through M&A.

Galloways brings wide-format in-house

Commercial printer Galloways has moved into the wide-format space with the installation of a Mimaki large-format printer-cutter, along with taking a new folder for its litho department.

Designer opts for Epson in new studio

Textile and fashion designer Richard Quinn has bought two Epson large-format machines for his new studio, in an investment of around £35,000.

Smart Graphics increases efficiency with Tharstern MIS buy

Scottish specialist graphics provider Smart Graphics has invested in a full Tharstern MIS which it said will slash estimating time.

Displayways eyes next stage of growth

Displayways has rounded off a £500,000 capacity boosting kit reequip and site expansion as it looks to grow its new project management wing, which is headed by a recently appointed former St Ives Service Graphics director.

Onyx Graphics releases Onyx 12.2 software

US-headquartered software developer Onyx Graphics has launched Onyx 12.2, the latest version of its wide-format print workflow and RIP product.

Antalis launches roll storage unit and carbonless paper range

Antalis has launched a new compact portable roll storage product designed to make it easier to handle and transport rolls of large-format media.

Bristol signage printer increases quality with Mimaki buy

Bristol-based Create Signs has improved its quality of output after investing in a Mimaki CJV300-160 print-and-cut machine.

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