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"Robust contingency plans" are in place at DS Smith

Mondi and DS Smith make agreement in principle on combination

The boards of Mondi and DS Smith have reached an agreement in principle on the key financial terms of a possible all share offer by Mondi for DS Smith, according to a statement published yesterday...

Hunt: UK business must close the productivity gap

Spring Budget disappoints industry

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Spring Budget has failed to excite the print and packaging industry, with leaders labelling it “underwhelming” and “unexciting”, despite several concessions that may make life...

Xerox’s share price was up by 5.07% yesterday

Xerox to offer $400m of senior notes

Xerox has said that, subject to market conditions, it is offering up to $400m (£315m) in aggregate principal amount of senior notes due 2029.

Chevler gains Welsh Gov funding

Baking paperware specialist Chevler has benefited from £300,000 of funding from the Welsh Government.

Policy change: "Some print managers are going to have to change the way they work"

Chancellor acts to improve payment terms at public sector suppliers

Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement contained a new policy that could have a far-reaching – and positive – impact on parts of the industry.

Drama as Telegraph sale process is paused

The sale process for the Telegraph Media Group and The Spectator magazine has been paused until next month, with the Barclay family racing to take back control of their former publishing assets.

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. truly impressive performance against a backdrop of war

Cloudprinter secures financing for further growth

Print platform has received a new round of financing worth €2m (£1.73m).

UK insolvencies on track for highest rate since 2009

The UK is on track this year to see the highest number of insolvencies since 2009, according to PwC.

Creating a culture of timely payment could boost the economy by £2.5bn

Government pledges action on late invoice payments

The government has pledged to tackle a culture of late payment in the UK as part of its Prompt Payment & Cash Flow Review, due for publication later in 2023.