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Solving Print's Pain Points

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

Deal signed (LR): Markus Weiss, general manager HP EMEA; Ash White, managing director Replica Solutions; Lipman; Emberson; Simon Kingham, HP Pagewide Web Press sales specialist; and Jolly

TCW secures HP high-speed inkjet first

TCW Solutions has signed for the UK’s first HP PageWide Advantage 2200 (A2200) high-speed inkjet in a seven-figure investment to punch into the direct mail market.

(L-R) Antony Moore, operations director, and Kevin Dunn, business development director at PHD

PHD invests £2m in mailing growth

Burton-on-Trent secure document mailing company PHD Mail has invested £2m in an array of brand-new machinery, capitalising on growth it has seen in the transactional mail market.

PSE's team has seen rapid expansion, doubling to 22 in 2022

PSE Offline Marketing looks to triple in size by 2025

PSE Offline Marketing has appointed a new sales director and launched a new website, as it kicks off a brand strategy that aims to grow the business by 285% by 2025.

The new Bowe Fusion Cross inserter can process up to 24,000 letters an hour

Datagraphic buys second Bowe inserter to cope with same-day demand

Mailing specialist Datagraphic invested a six figure sum in a Bowe Systec Fusion Cross (24K) inserter, installed in late December, which can process up to 24,000 letters per hour.

Donelan was appointed to her new role a month ago

Tories pledge business and consumer-friendly replacement for GDPR

Early indications are that plans by new culture secretary Michelle Donelan to replace GDPR with a simpler data protection system should be good news for the printing industry.

Royal Mail wants reform to speed up decision making on a daily basis

Royal Mail issues ultimatum to CWU

Royal Mail has taken drastic action to break the impasse over ongoing industrial action by involving ACAS, and has also told the CWU that it plans to serve notice on a number of historic agreements –...

Howard Hunt group of firms went bust three years ago

Howard Hunt administrators make fresh report

Administrators at the Howard Hunt group of companies have updated on their progress with the complex administration.

The group’s administration had been expected

YM Group in administration

YM Group has gone into administration, marking an ignominious end for a business that at one time had lofty ambitions to dominate the UK web offset market.

Mail sector has learnt plenty of new tricks

The world has changed immeasurably since the start of the Covid pandemic and while it has clearly been a devastating crisis in so many ways, there have been some positives, particularly in the ways...

YM Chantry: agency staff were sent home last night

Crunch time at YM Group as sites put up for sale

The future ownership – and structure – of YM Group is up in the air with a fast-track sale process underway and the potential that administrators could be appointed at three of its sites.