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Nationwide Print has installed a Komfi Delta 52 laminator, bought through UK agent Friedheim International, to run alongside its current kit and increase its capacity for longer runs.
Syncoms Group vice-president of print and technology Ali Ridha Jaffar will present three Business Builder sessions at the EFI Connect 2019 conference in January.
The three buildings previously leased by Sunline Direct Mail are up for sale.
Skanem Liverpool is set to make a quarter of its workforce redundant following the loss of a Unilever contract that utilised half of its production capacity.
Despite ongoing political machinations, the DMA has welcomed the draft Brexit agreement reached between UK and EU negotiators, but called for more clarity on longer-term implications regarding data.
Letterpress specialist Typoretum helped to keep print history alive in the latest film from Mike Leigh by serving as consultants in a crucial scene set at the offices of the fledgling Manchester Guardian....
The Big Ink Tank has installed an Agfa Anapurna H3200 UV LED, its first new wide-format printer, as part of a £200,000 spend.
Johnston Press has been acquired in a pre-pack deal by JPIMedia, a newly-formed company controlled by a consortium of Johnston's debt investors led by US hedge fund GoldenTree Asset Management.
Shortlist Media is shutting ShortList, its flagship men’s print title, and has rebranded itself as The Stylist Group.
The remaining Paperhat Group companies are all in "advanced" stages of sales processes, according to FRP Advisory, following its sale of the group's Communications subsidiary to Paragon in a pre-pack administration...
335 companies have removed or changed their messaging since the inception of pro-paper campaign group Two Sides.
A new government initiative to boost the creative industries has been welcomed by printers, provided that it has a knock-back effect on the prosperity of their own sector.