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The purchase of Prisym has added eight employees to Customark's roster. Image: Google Maps

Acquisitive Customark buys Prisym consumables division

Industrial labelling firm Customark has bought Prisym ID’s consumables division, less than a month after its purchase of Paramount Labels.

Zucker pledged that journalists would have editorial independence

Telegraph owner-in-waiting moves to assure doubters

The American former media executive helming the controversial Abu Dhabi-backed bid for the Telegraph and Spectator titles has described RedBird IMI as being “a little bit smarter than some of our...

Thirlby and Rae: duo plan to capitalise on their know-how and networks

Venn Holdings hits the buffers

The Venn Holdings buy-and-build dream is in tatters after print wing JDP was shuttered after Christmas, with liquidators expected to be appointed imminently.

Xerox’s share price was down by 15.7% yesterday

Xerox to cut workforce by 15%

Xerox has revealed a new operating model and organisational structure “to further the company’s reinvention” and is looking to reduce its workforce by 15%.

(L-R) Peter Flynn and Mike Beese with DecTek's latest purchase

DecTek returns to IGS for ninth Titanium cutter

DecTek has taken on a new Titanium 330-R reel to reel digital label cutter from International Graphic Supplies (IGS) – the ninth cutter from the Titanium range it has purchased.

The new circa-1,500sqm building is located in Morley, Leeds

XBM buys new head office with £1.8m NatWest loan

XBM has used a £1.8m loan from NatWest to buy a new head office and warehouse – doubling the size of its current Leeds headquarters and creating over 45 new jobs.

Firm's products included printed toast. Image: Ink Edibles Ltd

Director disqualified after Covid loan support given to dormant firm

A director of a business specialising in personalised sweets and other edible items has been barred for a decade for claiming a taxpayer-backed Bounce Back Loan on false pretences.

Unsworth: machine is already having a positive impact

PCS ups efficiency with Screen Autoloader

Precision Card Services (PCS) has invested in an SA-L 4300 MK2 Screen Autoloader to streamline its workflow and provide a more efficient process.

Assessment periods on average take around 18 months to two years to complete

Communisis pension scheme heads for Pension Protection Fund

The Communisis Defined Benefit Pension Scheme is likely to become the latest industry plan to enter the Pension Protection Fund – although its professional trustee is hoping for a “much improved...

Charles Rogers attended No 10 on 20 December

IPIA champions print at chancellor meeting

The IPIA has continued to champion print at the heart of government, with its chair Charles Rogers having recently attended a Business Leaders Reception at No 10 Downing Street at the invitation of...