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The paper industry is out to bust a myth: that it is imperilling the environment by destroying forests in order to boost profits.
Antalis is urging the print and paper industry to play a part in teaching consumers about sustainability in paper and not to be fooled by environmental claims around digital communication.
Recycling company Ereco has been ordered to pay £60,000 for its mishandling of print toner, which led to an explosion that injured eight people and irreparably damaged a nearby print company on the Hobbs...
The BPIF has launched version three of its colour quality scheme.
A raft of retailers and restaurant chains have announced plans to reduce or abolish their use of plastic packaging in the next few years, as the government vows to crack down on plastic waste.
Opal Print has been certified as “carbon balanced” by the World Land Trust (WLT) as it endeavours to offset its emissions with donations to preserve rainforests around the world.
Macfarlane Group has started the new year with the appointment of James Baird as a non-executive director and the investment in greener delivery vehicles.
Recycling is something we all do so naturally now that we barely stop to think about it. All of us have at least two bins in our driveways, if not three...
We live in a high-tempo world that demands information in volume and delivered at speed. And to satisfy the public’s insatiable appetite for news, over...
Digital technologies disrupt supply chains – including print – and establish new structures and new paradigms. However, there are some markets where the...
Question: what do solar panels, banknotes, cars and Monopoly all have in common? Answer: they all feature, or are expected to soon start featuring, printed...
It’s been 21 years since the brothers Ash and Krit Patel set up their own printing company in Leicester.
A compact, high-efficiency SRA1 press.
Sometimes you just want a no-nonsense machine for no-nonsense jobs. Spectrum Graphics is a small company with a big reputation for all kinds of digital...
InkTec’s brand new entry-level signage and graphics flatbed.