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.
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.
Chancellor acts to improve payment terms at public sector suppliers
Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement contained a new policy that could have a far-reaching – and positive – impact on parts of the industry.
Autumn Statement: industry reacts
Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement has been cautiously welcomed by print groups, with several of the chancellor’s 110 announced measures attracting particular praise.
Statex eyes growth with major investment following MBO
Statex is continuing a programme of investment worth around £800,000 so far which included a management buyout (MBO) around a year ago and new kit and other improvements since as it looks to further...
Hollywood Monster takes on new SEAS system
Hollywood Monster has taken on a new Silicone Edge Automated Stitching (SEAS) machine from Meevo to enhance its productivity and quality.
Macfarlane Group full-year profits in line with expectations
Macfarlane Group is expecting its adjusted pre-tax profit for 2023 to be ahead of last year and in line with its full-year expectations.
Royal Mail: last posting dates and TikTok deal
Royal Mail has issued last posting dates for Christmas that should allow time for much more last minute business than last year.
IPIA urges chancellor to heed calls for business support
Ahead of this afternoon’s Autumn Statement, the IPIA said it was looking forward to the announcement of expanded business tax relief by the chancellor.
Drama as Telegraph sale process is paused
The sale process for the Telegraph Media Group and The Spectator magazine has been paused until next month, with the Barclay family racing to take back control of their former publishing assets.