Roland will be showing its expanded VersaStudio range of entry-level printers

Roland to showcase recent releases at Sign & Digital

Roland DG will showcase three new budget printers for their UK debut at next week's Sign & Digital and Printwear & Promotion shows in Birmingham.

Various news and leisure titles have performed well

Scant success for print in latest ABCs

The latest Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) consumer media report makes grim reading for print, with just a handful of titles showing print circulation increases against a backdrop of significant...

(L-R) James Fear and Alex Buck will support business expansion

Webmart expands into new sectors with senior appointments

Webmart has appointed two business development managers in newly created roles as it expands into the education and membership sectors.

Software Circle acquires academic specialist

Software Circle has made another acquisition, with a £2m deal to buy a niche provider of academic admin services.

Company owner handed 11-year ban

The owner of a small signage business has received a lengthy ban for breaching the conditions of the Bounce Back Loan scheme.

Peter Flynn seeing the Agfa Acento II S off to Media Print in Albania

IGS kicks off 2024 with six thermal CTP sales

Kit supplier International Graphic Supplies (IGS) has reported a very busy start to the year, already shipping six refurbished thermal CTP systems to businesses in the UK, Albania, and Sicily.

Investigators discovered the company had made false and misleading statements

Third family member barred over BBL

A third member of a family-controlled publishing business has received a lengthy ban for providing false information in order to receive a Bounce Back Loan.

Pictured, left to right: Fero head of operations Matt Foney, Garry Woods and Neil Thayer

Fero in world first with new Lamina Packline SA

Fero Retail Marketing has become the world’s first installation of a clever new semi-automatic packing line from Lamina System, which the point-of-sale specialist helped to develop.

The implementation of Lecta's price increase will depend on the type of product

Lecta and Sappi to increase speciality prices

Lecta and Sappi Europe will both implement price rises on speciality products from 1 April 2024.

CMS has invested £500,000 in solar panels at its Birmingham site

CMS’ 2028 zero carbon bid accepted for Midlands business pledge

Central Mailing Services (CMS) has been accepted into the West Midlands Net Zero Business Pledge for its bid to cut its scope one and two emissions to zero by 2028.