Solving Print's Pain Points

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

Kirk-Rudy's Firejet 4C offers UK printers game-changing opportunity

AMS Mailing Systems has hailed the latest version of Kirk-Rudy's Memjet-powered Firejet 4C all-in-one colour inkjet printing system, which received its show debut last week, as a “game-changer”.

Jones (right with digital printer Tony Sherratt): amazed by the quality and speed of the C12000

WPG invests to broaden options and ramp up turnarounds

WPG has revamped its digital offering with the installation of a 120ppm Konica Minolta press to replace its Kodak Nexpress.

Antalis revamps multiple ranges

Antalis has revamped its offering for wide-format applications with a number of new and enhanced products and reintroduced the popular Keaykolour portfolio of coloured products.

Featuring our usual selection of thought-provoking insights, business critical info and all the latest news and views, your October & November issue opens with a briefing on new ways to grow your business…

As ever, the Knowledge Bank section is the meat in our Printweek sandwich, nestled between our six-page news round-up and the Product Portfolio section.

Departures dominate September’s most-read stories

While the passing of Heidelberg's Mark Singer, Xerox’s Drupa withdrawal, and The National Trust offshoring its Handbook were the top stories, the month featured its fair share of good news too.

Asking the right questions helps you make more informed choices

Pose the right questions and find the right system

Discover the four straightforward questions all business owners should ask before purchasing their next textile printing system.

Davies: We’re really pleased so far

The Print Show lauded by exhibitors

Exhibitors and the event organiser have hailed this year’s The Print Show, which closed its doors yesterday (21 September), a success in terms of innovations on display and deals done.

August listicle details print’s challenging summer

August is sometimes dubbed the silly season by media outlets as they struggle to find newsworthy content, no such luck for print though as the month had more than its fair share of serious news.

Out now, our August & September issue features a homage to 30 years of digital as well as our usual menu of thought-provoking insights, business critical info and all the latest news and views...

Despite most definitely being written and produced by humans, the issue opens with an in-depth look at AI and what it might mean for print, with our second briefing asking if the rising appetite for...

Larkin (left) receiving the gold award from Mallett

Curtis lauds next generation of packaging design talent

Curtis Packaging has unveiled the winners of its third annual Curtis Centre of Excellence Prize, a design competition that invites students to develop innovative and sustainable packaging solutions.