The Anapurna Ciervo H3200 will be a highlight on the Agfa stand

UK firsts planned for The Print Show

Some of the major manufacturers exhibiting at The Print Show in Birmingham in September will be hosting UK first showings at the annual event.

Claverley posts loss on PCP sale

Claverley Group made a near-£2m loss on the disposal of Precision Colour Printing.

The 2024 winners secured grants totalling £84,000

Printing Charity gives Lordly welcome to Rising Stars

The Printing Charity celebrated the industry's brightest prospects yesterday (4 July) at the House of Lords.

General Election 2024: power of print evident

The General Election has provided a welcome boost to print demand as political parties turn to a multitude of formats to get their message across to voters – and with at least three of print’s own...

Royal Mail defends service as postal votes top ten million

Royal Mail has “no backlog” of postal votes in its network and would welcome a review into future election timetables – with the number of people opting for a postal vote rocketing to more than 10m.

Printweek's top 10 stories alone generated more than 39,000 clicks

Monthly round-up of the biggest stories in print

Sad news from the south coast led June’s ranking of most read stories, which also featured the industry’s election ‘printing error’ trope, the exit of an industry stalwart and details of one group’s...

(L-R) operations director Ross Pike and marketing manager James Vicefield

Quadrant2Design orders second EFI Pro 16h printer

Quadrant2Design has ordered a second EFI Pro 16h UV LED hybrid printer from CMYUK to boost its capacity.

Around 100 staff will strike under Unite's banner in late September

Envases Liverpool dispute resolved

Planned strike action by members of union Unite at industrial metal canister manufacturer Envases has been called off after fire and rehire threats were shelved.

Duo acquire The Mailshop's assets

Web printer Vanacomm and catalogue retailer Direct Response Marketing Group have teamed up to acquire The Mailshop’s assets, which will be relocated to Vanacomm’s Rotherham facility.

Watts: automation and investment in training were key in 2021

TJ Books and Charlesworth Press reveal merger

TJ Books and Charlesworth Press are to join forces and form Fortis Print Group, “a future-focused, customer-led, print business”.