Linney installs SwissQ Kudu, eyes up another
Linney has installed a brand-new 3.2m SwissQprint Kudu at its Mansfield plant as part of a rolling strategy of “patient capital” investment.
Xerox enters agreement for $550m credit facility
Xerox has entered into a first lien term loan credit agreement for $550m (£439m), following its recent purchase of all of activist investor Carl Icahn's shares in the company.
Rapidity revamps London premises and production firepower
Rapidity has completed a major revamp and reinvestment programme at its London premises that has boosted its eco credentials and allowed the firm to optimise its production setup.
Royston Labels acquired by French group Autajon
The France-headquartered global packaging group that acquired Simply Cartons this summer has further expanded its foothold in the UK after acquiring Royston Labels.
Allen Signs in Fujifilm Acuity Prime Hybrid world-first
Signage and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has become the first company in the world to invest in Fujifilm’s new Acuity Prime Hybrid printer.
Simply Beautiful brings dye-sub in-house
East Sussex company Simply Beautiful Print installed an Agfa Avinci CX3200 wide-format printer and Klieverik calender in late September, bringing dye-sublimation work in-house.
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.
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.
DS Smith calls for gov’t clarity on energy investment after €90m French spend
DS Smith CEO Miles Roberts has asked for more clarity from the UK government on energy investment following its €90m (£79m) investment to transform the energy supply at its paper mill in Normandy,...
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.
Royal Mail boss: top priority is improving quality
Royal Mail is “transforming into a parcels business, whilst also delivering letters” according to the parent group’s new boss, who has also pledged to deliver a successful Christmas for customers.
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.
Moonpig adds AI option
Moonpig has launched a new generative AI feature to help customers come up with the right words for their greetings cards, and has also analysed Google search trends to pinpoint the hottest tech areas...