Kohl leads Key Production's expansion into the German music industry

Key Production expands into Europe

Music packaging and print broker Key Production has expanded into Europe with the establishment of an office in Berlin.

Macfarlane Group acquires Allpack Packaging Supplies

Macfarlane Group has acquired Allpack Packaging Supplies, an East Anglian business that supplies protective packaging products to customers across a wide range of sectors.

Delta Group signs for world's first Agfa SpeedSet

The Delta Group is poised to install the world’s first Agfa SpeedSet Orca single-pass B1 inkjet press.

Indian coding specialist acquires UK partner in £1m deal

Indian coding and marking specialist Control Print has acquired a controlling stake in the UK’s Codeology Group.

The new facility is built on the mill’s existing estate

Romiley steps into print conversion with e-commerce win

Stockport recycled board manufacturer Romiley has nearly finished construction on a new 1,400sqm production facility to produce board envelopes for an e-commerce giant.

"Robust contingency plans" are in place at DS Smith

Mondi and DS Smith make agreement in principle on combination

The boards of Mondi and DS Smith have reached an agreement in principle on the key financial terms of a possible all share offer by Mondi for DS Smith, according to a statement published yesterday...

Allen: the new site gives Encore room for further expansion

Encore snaps up ex-Walkers distribution centre

Envelope and packaging manufacturer Encore has bought a 9,600sqm logistics site in Peterlee on the site of the former Walkers Crisps distribution centre.

Aldi makes paper-based bottle move

Aldi has teamed with Frugalpac to introduce paper-based wine bottles on two of its own-brand wines.

The Easymatrix 106 CS will be installed next month

Thomson Print & Packaging invests in Easymatrix 106 CS

Thomson Print & Packaging is set to install a Heidelberg Easymatrix 106 CS to support its growth in bespoke printed folding cartons.

M&S adds recyclable takeaway cups to all cafes

Marks & Spencer is rolling out paper-based recyclable takeaway coffee cups to all its cafes – a move that will remove 20 million units of plastic a year.