Royal Mail reveals wish list for USO reform, appoints new CEO

Royal Mail has submitted its proposals for reform of its Universal Service Obligation, including changes to bulk mail and Second Class delivery frequencies. And the group has also appointed a new CEO.

Prodigi Group board (L-R): CEO James Old, CTO Tom Gallard, COO Eric Kickert and CPO Steve Levin

Prodigi acquires Peecho

Print-on-demand company Prodigi has acquired Amsterdam-based cloud printing specialist Peecho.

Bakergoodchild's new Ricohs have helped clear a production bottleneck

Bakergoodchild upgrades with Ricoh installs

Birmingham mailing house Bakergoodchild has installed a pair of brand-new Ricoh cut sheet toner presses, helping it shift the production bottleneck back onto finishing.

Hybrid readies new workflow and direct drive DFE for digital presses

Hybrid Software will showcase a new workflow system at Drupa that promises to "take away IT headaches” for end users.

De La Rue Authentication extends Microsoft deal

De La Rue has signed a further extension of its decades-long brand protection contract with Microsoft.

US firm snaps up iconic Printing.com domain

Software Circle has sold its Printing.com domain name for nearly £2m but has also been hit by yet more costs related to the collapse of Works Manchester.

The investment will help the company to expand into new markets, such as photobooks

Kall Kwik WGC boosts binding with Duplo

Kall Kwik Welwyn Garden City has invested in a Duplo DB-290 perfect binder to ensure consistent quality and bolster in-house capabilities.

Metsä Board has decided not to proceed with the Kaskinen investment

Metsä Board changes Kaskinen plans; will invest in existing mills

Metsä Board has decided not to invest in a new folding boxboard mill in Kaskinen, Finland following the completion of a pre-engineering phase, and the business now plans to invest in its existing...

Takanori Inaho has worked at Epson for more than 33 years

Epson Europe new president starts in role

Epson Europe’s new president has started in his role following the retirement of previous president, Yoshiro Nagafusa.

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Last month’s listicle brightened with a few rays of sunshine

While March may have been on the damp side weatherwise, there were smatterings of sunshine in Printweek’s ranking of our most read stories. Chief among them were a brace of high-profile start-ups and,...