Avery Dennison: further transparency for customers

Avery Dennison turns to Carbon Trust

Avery Dennison has teamed with the Carbon Trust to improve its environmental impact measurement and reporting systems.

Spir@l ink saving screening software is part of the Offset Solutions portfolio

Agfa's Offset Solutions division officially under new ownership

Agfa’s long-planned sale of its Offset Solutions business unit has finally been completed.

Chudovo in Russia makes plywood and veneers

Paper ops sales complete

UPM has completed the sale of all of its Russian operations while Stora Enso has completed the divestment of its Hylte paper site.

The Emami mill Balasore, Odisha in eastern India

Leading Indian board mill sets sights on UK growth with AM partnership

AM Trading UK has been appointed exclusive official UK partner for all Emami coated board products, as it targets expanding the options for UK packaging converters.

The compact system requires little space and can add a new revenue stream

InkTec opens up DTF printing to all

InkTec has opened the possibilities of direct-to-film (DTF) printing with an entry level kit and consumables bundle that significantly lowers the barriers to entry.

A digitised marketplace needs digitised production capabilities

Good for your business, good for the planet

As the much-maligned fashion industry looks to clean up its act, on-demand direct-to-fabric printing might just represent its, and your, biggest opportunity.

Sustainability is no longer an optional extra

MacroArt closes in on net zero

MacroArt’s sustainability strategy is on track to halve the wide-format printer’s carbon footprint, according to its latest independently produced report.

Keaykolour: 45 colours to match previous options

Antalis readies new Creative Power range

Antalis has finessed the range of creative papers it acquired from the administrators at Arjowiggins as part of the relaunch of the products.

Mullen: it's print that makes our investment in data possible

Reach plans to make further savings in print supply chain

Reach’s newsprint bill went up by more than £22m last year, with the media group forced to put up prices, cut print runs and tweak paginations to try and mitigate the hike.

Heinzel will take over the Steyrermühl site from UPM on 1 January 2024. Image: Heinzel

Heinzel to convert idled Steyrermühl paper machine

Heinzel Group is set to convert an idled paper machine at the Steyrermühl mill in Austria to produce sustainable kraft papers for flexible packaging.