Huge banners produced in tribute to Rob Burrow

FaberExposize UK pulled out all the stops to produce two huge banners to commemorate the life of rugby league legend Rob Burrow CBE.

Dunbar (R with Ashley Wainwright): The purchase is a "fantastic opportunity" for In2Print

In2Print buys Color Co Cheltenham

Cheltenham commercial printer In2Print has acquired its neighbour, Color Co Cheltenham, allowing the firm to recommence a 24-hour shift pattern.

Robots will be deployed

Epson invests in 'printhead factory of the future'

Epson is making a major investment in a new factory that will quadruple its inkjet printhead production capacity.

6% of mail prompted a purchase in Q1 2024
New JICMail data

Mail response and attention continue to climb

JICMail, the joint industry currency for ad mail, has released its data for Q1 2024, which found that advertisers who maintained their confidence in the mail channel were rewarded with 43%...

Sielaff: "Suzano can make a valuable contribution to the successful implementation of our strategy". Image: Lenzing
Mega deal for pulp producer

Suzano acquires stake in Lenzing in €230m deal

Suzano has entered into a long-term partnership with B&C Group with respect to its majority stake in Vienna-listed Lenzing, which supplies cellulosic fibres for the textile and non-wovens industry.

Tom and Harry Baker jumping for joy on the HP stand at Drupa
£2.25m total investment

Bakers in mega Drupa spend with HP and Durst

Bakers has sealed two major deals at Drupa that are set to expand both its BakPac flexible packaging division and its labels division.

General election

Polling card 'printing error' hits 100,000 in Stockton

Voters in Teesside have been sent polling cards without the official names of polling stations, in a "printing error" that affects around 100,000 residents.

Sheetfed targets exceeded

Koenig & Bauer celebrates €250m order book

Koenig & Bauer has reported an “extraordinary” intake in orders with its mega-spend on Drupa appearing to pay off.

Surepak's Bielloni laminator is up for sale, alongside around £250,000 of raw material and stock
Intangible assets bought by competitor

Surepak admins auction £250k of stock after sale falls through

Stock worth £250,000 is going up for auction tomorrow (12 June) as administrators wind up flexible packaging firm Surepak in the wake of a failed sale process.

Heidelberg enjoyed a busy Drupa
Share price up today

Heidelberg updates on financials

Heidelberg has reported that a successful end to its financial year 2023/2024 has seen the business meet its targets.

Contract period is two years

UPM and paper union reach accord

New collective labour agreements have been agreed between UPM and the Finnish Paper Workers’ Union.

Praised for incredible drive and work ethic

Barbeary calls time on stellar career

Paragon client development director Nick Barbeary will retire at the end of this month after nearly 35 years in the industry.

Director breached the terms of the CBILS loan scheme

Publishing bosses barred

Two co-directors of a specialist publishing business have been barred after breaching the conditions of a Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan.

170,000 trade visitors walked the halls at Messe Düsseldorf
Exhibitors largely happy

Drupa numbers revealed

Messe Düsseldorf has revealed that Drupa attracted 170,000 trade visitors to the 2024 event that closed its doors on Friday (7 June) after an 11-day run.

Left to right: Scully, Smith and Short by the Omega Alius at Drupa
Will arrive in December

Qualvis orders mystery Koenig & Bauer press

Qualvis Print & Packaging has signed for a brand-new Koenig & Bauer Rapida 106 press, in a mysterious new “one of a kind” configuration.