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The kit was ordered at Drupa
Q3 installation due

Micropress invests in UK’s first Tecnau BookReady

Micropress ordered the UK’s first Tecnau BookReady B3 dynamic cut and stack system at the recent Drupa show in Düsseldorf.

(L-R) Mat Jephcott and Alex Pan have started in their new roles
Promotion and new hire

Hollywood Monster strengthens senior team

Wide-format print specialist Hollywood Monster has made changes to its senior management to bring greater experience to the team.

Founders David Kennedy and Matt Saulsbury felt confident in Fujifilm's customer service
Press capabilities attracting new work

EA Printing sees rainbows after Revoria install

Bespoke print and embellishment specialist EA Printing has opened up its product offering following the installation of a full-spec Fujifilm Revoria PC1120.

Product sales will cease in H2

ECO3 ends supply deal with Heidelberg UK

ECO3 has ended its long-standing plate supply agreement with Heidelberg UK.

Printed.com's new seeded paper is directly plantable, and will germinate UK-native wildflowers
Supporting continued growth

Printed.com introduces more sustainable substrates as sales rocket

Web-to-print innovator Printed.com has introduced two new sustainable substrates, a plantable wildflower-seed paper, and a PVC-free banner material, as part of its push to widen its product portfolio...

Moulton: "It has made a significant difference to productivity already"
iCE StitchLiner Mark IV now in

Moulton Printing in Horizon UK first install

Moulton Printing has installed the UK’s first Horizon iCE StitchLiner Mark IV.

'Designed to be a joy to own'

Ricoh revives film camera with new model

Ricoh has gone retro with the launch of a new compact film camera.

BoingTech is a subsidiary of Shanghai Inlay Link Inc
Fifth deal this year

Fedrigoni acquires majority stake in BoingTech

Fedrigoni has entered into an agreement to acquire a majority stake in RFID specialist BoingTech.

New print and supply contracts live

Major Kew Gardens tender and more open for bids

A print contract worth £750,000 from Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is currently live via the government’s Find a Tender service.

Big potential market for metal packaging

Sonoco to acquire Eviosys

Another packaging mega-merger is in the works, with Sonoco agreeing a $3.9bn (£3.1bn) deal to take over Eviosys.

Eckford (L), with Iapichino: the wide-format business is going very well
Automating wide-format cutting

X1 brings in Duplo cutting table to secure profitable growth

Fulfillment and digital printing firm X1 has bought a new Duplo PFi Blade B2 digital cutting table to support a growth strategy that aims to push the company to £2m turnover.

(L-R) Garry Richmond; Susan Graham; Jack Campbell; Adam Dobbie; Gordon Sally; Jack Clark; Liam Thomson; Jim McKenzie
Young talent hailed

Scottish apprentice awards winners revealed

The winners of the ninth annual Scottish Print Apprentice of the Year awards have been revealed.

Litho and digital investment

Em. de Jong expands UK team

Netherlands-headquartered print group Em. de Jong has expanded its UK sales team as the business continues to target expansion beyond its continental heartland.

Mailbox DM was previously the direct mail operation of Taylor Bloxham Group. Image: Google Maps
Business and assets bought last month

Mailbox DM admin report released

The statement of administrator’s proposal for Mailbox DM Ltd has been released and showed that the company – whose business and assets were bought by DMC Encore in a pre-pack sale – had an estimated...

Accused of anti-competitive behaviour

Royal Mail owner faces £878m claim for abusing dominance

Royal Mail owner International Distribution Services has been served with an £878m collective action claim relating to its anti-competitive behaviour in the bulk mail market.