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Long-established book and journal printer Latimer Trend is going into administration after creditors rejected plans for a CVA, with the firm blaming Brexit and a dramatic drop-off in work over the summer...
Wide-format printer Imageco has started to offer its customers a new sustainable cellulose diacetate bio-film, produced from renewable and sustainably sourced wood pulp.
Nicole Spencer has been appointed the first female president of the Fespa UK Association.
Bell & Bain’s current chairman has paid tribute to the company’s former managing director and chairman Ian Walker, who has passed away at the age of 67.
Xaar chief executive Doug Edwards is leaving the role earlier than originally announced, and will step down today.
Reach is the “frontrunner” to buy JPI Media’s regional newspapers, according to reports.
Metsä Board has started up a new paperboard sheeting line at its Äänekoski mill in Finland.
McGowans Print in Dublin has invested in a Kolbus AutoBox AB to open up a host of new box-making possibilities.
Packaging manufacturer Saica Pack UK has been sentenced after a worker was injured by an automated transfer vehicle at its Hartlepool site.
European trade federation Intergraf has hit out against the inclusion of printed matter in the burgeoning US-EU trade dispute, citing the UK and Germany as the biggest losers if tariffs on $7.5bn-worth...
Intelligent Finishing Systems has been bought by its 30 employees after the post-press equipment supplier’s owners sold the business to an Employee Ownership Trust (EOT).
Callprint’s administrators have found “material misstatements” in the group’s previously filed accounts and have deployed forensic accountants as part of an investigation into transactions that took place...