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Last month’s listicle

PFI Group woes writ large in November’s most-read articles

The fallout from the challenges facing the PFI Group and the resulting impact on its various business dominated our listicle of November’s biggest news stories.

Alumni rejoins

Label Apeel targets growth north of the border

Label Apeel has strengthened its sales team by welcoming back one of its alumni as it looks to grow its premium drinks labels business.

CFOO joins paper maker

James Cropper strengthens board

James Cropper has welcomed its new chief financial and operations officer (CFOO) as it looks to deliver its accelerated growth strategy.

Ramps up output, slims down footprint

Ricoh premieres 2024 flagship high-speed inkjet

Ricoh has unveiled a new flagship high-speed inkjet line that it said offered a 50% productivity boost on its predecessor.

Cost of living crisis among this year's worries

Bespoke print powers Xmas mental health message

Designer Liz Harry has called on the services of WTTB to produce an advent calendar with a difference.

Sign Plus employed 21 staff located in Dalgety Bay. Image: Google Maps
50 staff made redundant

PFI Group puts three Scottish sign ops into administration

Administrators have been appointed at acquisitive PFI Group’s Sign Plus business and its divisions Lofthus Signs and Jasmine.

Creating a culture of timely payment could boost the economy by £2.5bn
Now at least 180 days

Leading marketing services group significantly extends payment terms

One of the UK’s biggest marketing services providers has extended its minimum supplier payment terms to 180 days full term.

Featuring our usual selection of thought-provoking insights, business critical info and all the latest news and views, your October & November issue opens with a briefing on new ways to grow your business…

As ever, the Knowledge Bank section is the meat in our Printweek sandwich, nestled between our six-page news round-up and the Product Portfolio section.

Printweek special supplement

Marketing Technology Report 2023

Printweek has partnered with leading tech-driven innovators to curate an informative special supplement to help you navigate all things automation and AI.

Departures dominate September’s most-read stories

While the passing of Heidelberg's Mark Singer, Xerox’s Drupa withdrawal, and The National Trust offshoring its Handbook were the top stories, the month featured its fair share of good news too.