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(L-R) Limego's Dirk Reinhardt, HP Indigo's Michal Shelly, HP Industrial Print's Stefan Brackmann, and HP Industrial Print Germany's Lars Klann
Work kept in-house

HP reveals first beta customer for Indigo 120K

A publishing company has become the first beta customer worldwide to install the HP Indigo 120K Digital Press.

Delga's Seaplane House will host all of the Meliora Group's companies come July
New HP kit delivered

Meliora Group to bring operations under one roof

Meliora Group will fulfil a longtime ambition to bring its operations under a single roof in July 2024, supporting the move with several new HP Indigo printers.

£1.9m paid to connected parties

Second director barred over HMRC non-compliance

A second company director has been disqualified after a paper and board supplier left HMRC with a six-figure shortfall despite paying more than £2m to other parties.

Around 100 staff will strike under Unite's banner in late September
Tin can printers strike

Envases Liverpool hit by strikes after ‘fire and rehire’ tactics

Print workers at an industrial metal canister manufacturer have voted to take strike action after the firm required them to accept new contracts or be dismissed.

Most read

Catch-up on last month's biggest stories

May’s most read might have been dominated by deals, demises and disqualifications, but it was another ‘D’s print related auction that topped last month’s listicle.

126 employees have been made redundant with immediate effect. Image: Google Maps
West Sussex business ceases trading

Gemini Print to enter administration

Commercial printer Gemini has ceased trading and said it intends to enter administration later this week.

Delta Group's new Bishop's Stortford site will be fully operational from Q3 2024
£9m spend so far

Delta Group orders third single-pass Nozomi in new site megaspend

The Delta Group’s new Bishop's Stortford ‘supersite’, fitted entirely with digital printing equipment, will be operational in Q3 2024.

Lance Hill now group CEO

Herbert and Moules promoted at Eight Group

Eight Group has made two promotions on its executive team as the business reshapes to reflect its expanded services offering.

(L-R) Gelato's Henrik Müller-Hansen and Landa's Gil Oron
New tie-ups

Gelato reveals Landa collaboration and ESP partnership

Gelato and Landa Digital Printing have unveiled a new collaboration between both parties, while ESP Colour has separately partnered with Gelato to Implement GelatoConnect across all modules.

Visitors arriving at Drupa 2024. Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf / C Tillmann
Catchy beat

Drupa sing-a-long

With Drupa into its second week, exhibitors should by now have nailed the new Drupa song ‘Let us Create the Future’ – but just in case not Printweek is here to help with a handy sing-a-long guide.

Left to right: Gil Oron, Sabine Geldermann, Benny Landa and Erhard Wienkamp
Still appearing in daily live shows

Landa sets retirement date

Benny Landa has celebrated his 78th birthday at Drupa, and the industry innovator and entrepreneur also revealed his plans for retirement.

Denmaur offers paper carbon balanced at source or at purchase
Sustainable paper sales accelerating

Denmaur passes 200k tonnes of Carbon Balanced paper sales

Denmaur has achieved a milestone 200,000 tonnes of Carbon Balanced Paper sold since the company adopted the scheme in 2016.

Peter Flynn with the Titanium delivery at IGS
Returning customers

IGS prepares four more Titanium installs

Machinery supplier International Graphic Supplies (IGS) has taken delivery of four Titanium cutters at its Caldicot, Monmouthshire site as it gets ready to deliver them all imminently to existing...

Charles Linney (third from right): the time for single-pass inkjet is here
Clients want ever increasing speed to market

Linney in world first with Fujifilm-Barberán single-pass inkjet

Linney has agreed a deal for the world’s first Fujifilm-Barberán HS Series single-pass inkjet press.

R&D possibilities 'amazing'

Duplo looks to the future with Multigraf buy

Duplo Seiko, part of the Duplo Group, has bought Swiss multi-finisher equipment manufacturer Multigraf as it looks to continue to expand its portfolio and leverage the two firms R&D capabilities.