Solving Print's Pain Points

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

Workers left in limbo at PFI subsidiary

Another PFI Group company has gone into administration, while the trading status of a separate subsidiary is unclear.

The machine's square-spine binding capabilities mark it out from previous models

Duplo unveils new DBM-700 bookletmaker

Duplo has unveiled the successor to its popular DBM-600 bookletmaker, the DBM-700.

Xerox’s share price was up by 5.07% yesterday

Xerox enters agreement for $550m credit facility

Xerox has entered into a first lien term loan credit agreement for $550m (£439m), following its recent purchase of all of activist investor Carl Icahn's shares in the company.

Rapidity revamps London premises and production firepower

Rapidity has completed a major revamp and reinvestment programme at its London premises that has boosted its eco credentials and allowed the firm to optimise its production setup.

Kirk-Rudy's Firejet 4C offers UK printers game-changing opportunity

AMS Mailing Systems has hailed the latest version of Kirk-Rudy's Memjet-powered Firejet 4C all-in-one colour inkjet printing system, which received its show debut last week, as a “game-changer”.


Lush expands in-house print setup

Cosmetics firm Lush has made a major investment in its in-house printing capability, including new kit from Inkcups and Roland DG.

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.

Pureprint snaps up first UK Acuity Ultra R2

Pureprint Group has expanded its exterior graphics capability by investing in the UK’s first Fujifilm Acuity Ultra R2 large-format printer, and has also recruited former Gardners sales director James...

Agfa pushes up profits at digital wing

Agfa will announce the first customer for its Speedset B1 inkjet press next month.

The Leafletdrop platform has had a major facelift

Whistl upgrades Leafletdrop as cookies phase out looks to benefit print

Marketers are starting to re-evaluate the efficacy, use, and mix of their marketing channels due to the phasing out of cookies in digital advertising according to Whistl Doordrop Media (DDM), which...