Solving Print's Pain Points

An exclusive Printweek supplement highlighting businesses that have risen to the industry's challenges.

Forster: privilege to be working on this landmark project

FDM secures £2m election deal

FDM has secured the contract to produce up to 18m ballot papers for the 2024 London Mayor and Assembly elections.

Yin and yang of print dominate July’s most read

While a welcome reprieve was the month’s biggest story, our July listicle was largely dominated by M&A and insolvencies, with a smattering of research and a bumper payday for good measure.

Veika's Aleksey Etin and Roland DG's Kohei Tanabe

Roland DG reveals wallpaper ambitions with Dimense deal

Roland DG has bought a controlling stake in Dimense, the innovative digital embossing technology arm of inks manufacturer Veika, as it looks to expand its role in driving the development of digital...

Curtis was awarded B Corp status in April

Curtis secures B Corp certification packaging first

Curtis Packaging has laid claim to becoming the first UK carton manufacturer to secure B Corp certification, demonstrating its commitment to producing award-winning luxury packaging that is kind to the...

Imp 13: about generating order winning quotes with built-in software intelligence

Insoft democratises winning quotes with Imp v13

Insoft Automation has released the latest version of its dynamic ganging, imposition and estimating software which has been revamped with a raft of new features, including an option for “no-mix...

The 550m/min cutting line can produce sheets from A5 to A3+

Colombier expands cut-size paper sheeting operations

Colombier has enhanced its European operation with a strategic investment in state-of-the-art sheet cutting technology, to expand the forest industry trading group's converting capabilities.


The June & July Printweek is out now. Our ‘sheep in wolf’s clothing’ issue is crammed with thought-provoking insights, business critical info and all the latest news and views from the UK print industry...

The issue kicks off with three news briefings, where we get under the skin of some of the hottest topics in print. Firstly, we review May’s Fespa Global Print Expo in Munich, looking at the key trends...

Imp ensures increased yield and reduced idle time

Engineering profits from large-format printing

There are many challenges in print. But there’s also a unique opportunity, which, when addressed smartly, can immediately and directly translate to enhanced profits.

SkyJet : “perfect registration”

Sky Air-Ship wows Fespa visitors

Chinese manufacturer Sky Air-Ship has wowed visitors with the output from its SkyJet double-sided textile printer – the first time it has been shown at the Fespa Global Print Expo.

Flora’s C25h Pro is aimed at high-volume packaging work

Flora brings packaging challenger

Flora (B2-A60/70) has launched its 2.5m C25h Pro inkjet press to the European market at Fespa.