Solving Print's Pain Points

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

Rising star: Jack Pearson, sustainability manager, Bluetree Group

Jack is 30 and has been working at Bluetree Group since 2021.

The cups' plastic lining is shredded, washed, and turned into pellets

James Cropper shows off cup recycling win

James Cropper has managed to close the loop on its Kendal mill’s disposable cup recycling scheme, meaning 100% of the cups’ material is now recycled and reused.

The facility includes a 4,000sqm pilot hall

DS Smith launches R&D and innovation centre

Packaging giant DS Smith has opened its new global research and development (R&D) and innovation centre.

The revamped ClimateCalc site is prepared for API integration at a later date

ClimateCalc undergoes major upgrade

The ClimateCalc international carbon footprinting tool for the printing industry has received an extensive upgrade to improve its functionality, security, and user experience.

Huge Paso de los Toros pulp mill has just come on-stream

UPM updates on alkaline leak at Uruguay mill

UPM has revealed that in August there was an alkaline leak at its new Paso de los Toros pulp mill in Uruguay.

B Corp status: proud moment for EDWPS team

EDWPS celebrates B Corp success

Eight Days a Week Print Solutions (EDWPS) is celebrating its new status as a B Corp company following an intense period of preparation.

Asking the right questions helps you make more informed choices

Pose the right questions and find the right system

Discover the four straightforward questions all business owners should ask before purchasing their next textile printing system.

Mike Boyle: a rising tide lifts all boats

Closing the loop: How to be a truly sustainable business and why it matters

HP’s Mike Boyle looks at how embracing a circular economy can be a win for consumers, printers and the planet and shares some of the lessons from HP’s journey of adopting a closed-loop business...

Jarrold: our industry is packed with entrepreneurial people

BPIF backs Make UK over net zero

The BPIF is among more then a dozen trade associations to support Make UK in its criticism of Rishi Sunak’s decision to backtrack on some of Britain’s net zero initiatives.

The statement said the progressive limitation of the use of paper "creates wide-ranging social and economic risks”

European print and paper industry unites against ‘digital only’ legislation

The European social partners representing companies and workers in the printing and paper sectors have jointly expressed their concerns about the increasing promotion of digital documents and...