Solving Print's Pain Points

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

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.

Lush expands in-house print setup

Cosmetics firm Lush has made a major investment in its in-house printing capability, including new kit from Inkcups and Roland DG.

Gall: "We can instantly print bespoke one-offs if required"

Lasting Impressions ups productivity with print and cut installs

Lasting Impressions (Signs) has taken on a Gibson GTF-2512R flatbed printer and an Almeida B8-2513 digital cutter to enhance its productivity.

All three notices include extension options

Magazine tenders and more up for grabs

Contracts including either the print or design of magazines – or both – are currently live via the government’s Find a Tender service, along with a print contract for stickers.

Clasper-Cotte (R): “This added space opens the door to many opportunities"

FaberExposize UK expands site

Wide-format printer and printed fabric supplier FaberExposize UK has taken on the unit next to its current factory in a strategic move designed to support its growth.

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...

Agfa pushes up profits at digital wing

Agfa will announce the first customer for its Speedset B1 inkjet press next month.

Inaugural Roland DG ‘Level Up Lab’ hailed a success

Roland DG is to build on the success of last month’s inaugural ‘Level Up Lab’ educational workshop, which aimed to help small and micro businesses scale their enterprises, with a new event next year.

Sign Plus employed 21 staff located in Dalgety Bay. Image: Google Maps

PFI Group puts three Scottish sign ops into administration

Administrators have been appointed at acquisitive PFI Group’s Sign Plus business and its divisions Lofthus Signs and Jasmine.

McMurray: leading the improvement program being delivered by the new SLT

Employment tribunal finds in favour of former Futurama directors

Five former employees of PFI Group subsidiary Futurama have been awarded nearly £120,000 in total after a judge found they had been unfairly or wrongfully dismissed.