Jo Francis

Huge banners produced in tribute to Rob Burrow

FaberExposize UK pulled out all the stops to produce two huge banners to commemorate the life of rugby league legend Rob Burrow CBE.

Robots will be deployed

Epson invests in 'printhead factory of the future'

Epson is making a major investment in a new factory that will quadruple its inkjet printhead production capacity.

Sheetfed targets exceeded

Koenig & Bauer celebrates €250m order book

Koenig & Bauer has reported an “extraordinary” intake in orders with its mega-spend on Drupa appearing to pay off.

Contract period is two years

UPM and paper union reach accord

New collective labour agreements have been agreed between UPM and the Finnish Paper Workers’ Union.

Praised for incredible drive and work ethic

Barbeary calls time on stellar career

Paragon client development director Nick Barbeary will retire at the end of this month after nearly 35 years in the industry.

Director breached the terms of the CBILS loan scheme

Publishing bosses barred

Two co-directors of a specialist publishing business have been barred after breaching the conditions of a Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan.

Boosts digital and litho firepower

Solopress in HP Indigo first

Solopress is poised to install the UK’s first HP Indigo 120K, part of a £3.5m spend on new kit that also includes additional B1 litho capacity as the business sets a £60m sales target.

Fears flagged over AI

Adobe users cry foul over new terms

Adobe has moved to reassure users about how it accesses their content – and will clarify its Terms of Use acceptance – after an online backlash.

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D-Day events reprise industry memories

Commemorations to mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day have reprised memories of the vital role print played in the Battle of Normandy.

Joins Nozomi in digital production hall

Durham Box in Highcon first

Durham Box is to install the first Highcon Beam 2C system in the UK, and the Logson Group subsidiary has also become the first UK customer to sign up to its Vulcan programme as a future option.