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Public voting has opened for the Pro Carton Young Designers Award, with the winners to be announced in September.
Sun Chemical will launch SolarVerse, a new range of UV flexo base concentrates, at Labelexpo in Belgium next month.
Healeys is set to take on a second Ricoh Pro C9200 in order to bring “commonality and quality” to its digital print services.
Macfarlane Group has seen a slight rise in sales for H1 2019 despite difficult conditions in certain sectors, and has eyes on another acquisition for the second half of the year.
Cimpress is proposing to shift its official entity from the Netherlands to Ireland for tax purposes in a move that could see the print giant pay a dividend for the first time.
Denmaur has launched its latest stock, the ‘ultra-white’ smooth matt Arctic Snow, to target the top end of the market.
Digital inkjet manufacturer Tonejet has opened a new, additional facility to enable it to ramp up manufacturing for its Cyclone direct-to-pack printer.
The Department for Work & Pensions has begun the process of launching a huge print tender that could be worth a whopping £100m.
Up to eight companies are said to be mulling bids for JPI Media’s assets, which include the i newspaper and more than 100 regional titles.
Typecraft is set to bring all its services under one roof, two years on from the acquisition of Mark Latchford, and has bought a new Esko Kongsberg X24 cutter as part of the move.
This year’s Great British Bake Off has a print connection with contestant Michelle Evans-Fecci swapping the printroom for the famous tent in the new series.
Paper advocacy group Two Sides has released the 10th edition of its Myths & Facts booklet, which helps to dispel the common misconceptions surrounding the industry.
Durst has taken on a new labels business development manager for the UK and Ireland to support its growth in the sector.