Mergers and acquisitions

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The Moss and MacroArt senior teams completed the deal yesterday

MacroArt acquired by US brand experience company Moss

Wide-format printer and display specialist MacroArt has been acquired by Moss Inc, a US producer of premium graphics, complex structures, and custom installations for brand experiences.

Page: "This is a great fit for DCS and is part of our growth strategy"

DCS London acquires Scanplus

DCS London has acquired commercial printer Scanplus to support its growth.

Wildies: "We are strengthening our position as a multinational player"

Duncan Print Group bought by acquisitive German group

Duncan Print Group has been acquired by European business Carton Group, for an undisclosed sum.

Davey: "We truly are one business with one identity"

Agilico supports growth plans with strategic acquisition

Agilico has acquired YourDMS Limited (YDMS), a reseller of Invu document management and accounts payable software, in a strategic move.

Screentec is nestled in the hills of Ferndale

Screentec buys Tower Print

Merchandise specialist Screentec has acquired nearby Tower Print, kicking off a new growth strategy for the Welsh firm.

Law Print works with a global network of accredited packaging manufacturers and suppliers

Law Print sold to Thai packaging group

Print and packaging management company Law Print has been sold to Thai packaging group SCG Packaging (SCGP).

Jacobs has a history of scaling smaller businesses through acquisition

Footprint steps up acquisition strategy with rebrand

Southampton-based commercial printer Footprint South has rebranded as Footprint, and folded in its sister company FPS Digital in preparation for an aggressive expansion strategy.

Telegraph sale process now underway

The sale process for the Telegraph Media Group and The Spectator magazine is at last officially underway.

Business inspection: Combining two teams for premium performance 

Perhaps it’s Carl Garnett’s successful side-line in motor racing that fuels his inability to sit still for long. 

Newsprinters: its three sites will become a joint venture operation

CMA will probe News UK and DMG Media print plans

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has decided to review plans by News UK and DMG Media to create a joint venture printing operation, in a move that could take several months.