Macfarlane Group saw a £16.2m boost in turnover over 2017, with its packaging distribution division leading the charge in sales growth.
Martyn Viquerat has become the latest member of management to depart Adare Secure Essential Communications (SEC), with Barry Crich set to follow next month.
Kay Street, co-founder and former company secretary of Jaymar Packaging, has died at the age of 71.
Aaron Printing & Mailing Solutions (APMS) has gone into liquidation after its assets were sold and its staff made redundant.
The two high-profile Xerox shareholders who are opposing its proposed sale to Fujifilm are now urging the Xerox board to explore the potential for a better deal – such as selling to a rival – claiming...
Printed Easy is poised to install the first two HP Indigo 12000 HD presses in Europe in a major upgrade of its B2 digital facilities.
Industry colleagues have paid tribute to Joanne Hurst, the former European catalogue production manager at mail order clothing company Lands' End, who has died.
FastLabels has invested around £500,000 in a new Xeikon CX3 and an upgrade to an existing Xeikon 3030 in order to futureproof its press line-up as demand for its services grows.
Neopost will make its PrintWeekLive! debut next month. The company said it will focus on demonstrating how printers can diversify their businesses into mailing services.
Speculation is mounting over the outcome of the sale process at Time Inc UK, while the publisher has restructured its production function with almost half of the department's staff departing as a result....
The British Association for Print and Communications (BAPC) has awarded It Has To Be Brilliant managing director Simon Tabelin with honorary BAPC life membership.
Heidelberg UK is rolling out a custom version of the group's new subscription model, specifically focused on the two new presses being launched at its Press4Value open house this week.
Xeikon will be highlighting the wide variety of output applications its digital presses can produce when it exhibits at PrintWeekLive! in two weeks.