Solving Print's Pain Points

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

Customers are questioning how their relationship with UPM can ever be repaired

UPM strike: despair as union rejects proposals

Printers and print buyers are in despair after the Finnish Paperworkers' Union rejected the four UPM strike settlement proposals on the table –  apparently due to the impasse at Communication Papers...

Weekend: new issue will be printed in a larger font size

Daily Mail revamps Weekend

DMG Media will ‘relaunch’ the Daily Mail’s Weekend magazine this Saturday.

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.

Norske Skog Bruck: operation is unaffordable in current energy environment

More paper surcharges, mill halts production due to energy crisis

Paper makers are implementing a further swathe of surcharges and at least one continental mill has been temporarily shut down after spiralling energy costs made its operation uneconomical.

Walstead can provide customers with a carbon figure for every job

Walstead signs up to ClimateCalc

Walstead Group is now using the ClimateCalc tool to calculate the carbon footprint of the work it produces.

Smith: It’s been like a perfect storm

Pandemic claims another high-end print firm

London-based, award-winning Boss Print has become the latest victim of the pandemic and closed its doors following an unsustainable drop in work.

Wallace: struck by the incredible precision of the whole process

Wallace goes inside the factory at Woodmansterne

Woodmansterne had a starring role in a special Inside the Christmas Factory programme broadcast this week.

Vosper: loved his print journey and camaraderie

Vosper retires after more than 40 years at TJ

TJ Books sales director Andy Vosper – the firm’s longest-serving employee – has retired.

TV Choice: highest circulation paid-for magazine in the UK

YM pledges early on-sale for TV Choice Christmas issue

Bauer Media has blamed “industry wide issues with print supply” for flagship title TV Choice running late on its on-sale date – a situation that could persist until the end of the year.

Reach: aiming to build a modern and inclusive media business

Circulation gains boost print performance at Reach

Media group Reach has reported a “strengthening” outlook for print, with overall sales coming in ahead of expectations after a strong performance at its digital wing.