'This business is still all about people'

Nick Gee to retire next year

Denmaur co-founder Nick Gee will retire at the end of the firm’s current financial year, after four decades at the paper and board merchant.

Swinson-Bulloughs (C): It's great to see young people grow with the company

Imageco completes hiring round

Imageco, the Leeds wide-format printer, has completed a hiring round that expanded the firm by 20% to 24.

$5m of business closed

Printing United 'will continue to raise the bar'

Printing United Expo has “set a new benchmark for the printing industry” according to show organisers who have declared the show a resounding success.

Next's Veloblade has helped the team run its double-shift pattern smoothly
Reliability was key

Next buys Vivid digital cutter

British retail giant Next has invested in a Veloblade Nexus digital cutting table and Zip Core Packaging Suite from Vivid Laminating Technologies.

Chouhan: if we’re busy, then it means others are busy too
Machine set for February 2024 installation

CMS to install fourth CMC paper wrap machine

Central Mailing Services (CMS) has invested close to £1m on its fourth CMC paper wrap machine to boost its capacity and capabilities.

Reel Appeal boss Barry Lewis (centre) wanted to secure inkjet production
Trade printer eyes growth

Reel Appeal doubles capacity with Durst Tau

Trade label printer Reel Appeal bought a brand-new Durst Tau RSCi at Brussels’ Labelexpo event, effectively doubling the company’s print capacity.

Jacobs has a history of scaling smaller businesses through acquisition
Footprint is looking to buy several businesses

Footprint steps up acquisition strategy with rebrand

Southampton-based commercial printer Footprint South has rebranded as Footprint, and folded in its sister company FPS Digital in preparation for an aggressive expansion strategy.

Next year’s events will run with a set of straplines
Amsterdam RAI will host 2024 events

Fespa goes live with 2024 campaign

The straplines for Fespa Global Print Expo 2024 and its co-located events have been revealed.

'Further strengthens' group's efforts

Heidelberg joins UN sustainable business scheme

Heidelberg has signed up to the United Nation’s Global Compact scheme for sustainable and responsible corporate governance.

HeiQ Viroblock was initially developed for the Ebola crisis
Last trade was in April

HeiQ shares fall as trading resumes

Shares in HeiQ fell by more than 20% when the stock resumed trading after a six month hiatus.

Byline Times co-founder Peter Jukes visits Blackmore Press
First retail print launch since 2016

Byline Times lands on newsstands

Crowdfunded newspaper the Byline Times has released its first-ever retail print edition, with copies of the first issue landing on newsstands at the end of October.

Last year's celebration saw 600 guests attend the Awards
Entries close soon

Final entry deadline revealed for Printweek Awards 2024

The Printweek Awards entry deadline has been extended for the final time.

Event set for 29 November

IPIA Expo to offer critical insights to visitors and celebrate industry

The IPIA has outlined the details and agenda for its Recognising Excellence Expo, Gala Dinner, and Awards, which takes place next month.

Now 'in a better position'

HeiQ files delayed results

Materials science specialist HeiQ has published its delayed full-year results for 2022 alongside results for the half-year.

'Robust capital structure'

Lecta's refinance plans gain majority support

Lecta’s refinancing plan has been given the thumbs up by most of its stakeholders.