Solving Print's Pain Points

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

Roberts: “We have started the financial year very strongly"

DS Smith CEO Miles Roberts to retire; profits fall at half-year

DS Smith’s Miles Roberts has informed the company of his intention to retire from the board and his role as CEO.

Incodia has sites in Colchester (pictured) and Skelmersdale. Image: Google Maps

Incodia International Colchester site enters consultation

Incodia International has begun a formal consultation regarding the potential closure of its Colchester production facility.

Firm went into liquidation with a total deficiency of more than £150k

Leafleting boss barred over BBL

The boss of a door drop leafleting firm has been handed a lengthy ban for abusing taxpayer-backed business support during the pandemic.

"Jacobs: It’s really about the journey I’ve had"

Industry veteran Jacobs launches new book

Print Evolved founder Ivor Jacobs has launched a new book detailing his industry experiences.

Bluetree: mask and print ops now individual trading entities

Bluetree focuses on print growth as masks are mothballed

Bluetree Group has mothballed the equipment at its Medical division due to a decline in mask sales, and will focus on growth at its core printing operations instead.

Label Apeel targets growth north of the border

Label Apeel has strengthened its sales team by welcoming back one of its alumni as it looks to grow its premium drinks labels business.

James Cropper strengthens board

James Cropper has welcomed its new chief financial and operations officer (CFOO) as it looks to deliver its accelerated growth strategy.

Printing Charity luncheon celebrates strength of print and 2023 achievements

More than 150 guests attended the Printing Charity’s 194th Annual Luncheon yesterday where the guest speaker was the Charity’s president and Ofcom chair Michael Grade, Lord Grade of Yarmouth.

The change negotiations cover around 90 employees at the UPM Biofuels Lappeenranta biorefinery. Image: Google Maps

UPM businesses to start change negotiations on possible temporary layoffs

UPM Pulp, UPM Timber, UPM Communication Papers, and UPM Biofuels are set to start change negotiations on around 2,200 possible temporary layoffs.

Pureprint snaps up first UK Acuity Ultra R2

Pureprint Group has expanded its exterior graphics capability by investing in the UK’s first Fujifilm Acuity Ultra R2 large-format printer, and has also recruited former Gardners sales director James...