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Ricoh has bolstered its portfolio with the addition of two new printers set for release over the coming months.
Intec has added a desktop business card-cutting machine, the BC480, to its ColorCut range of digital cutting devices.
A new company, ADH Consultants, has been formed by industry veteran Andrew Horn to help organisations to optimise their print supply chains.
More than a third of respondents to a PrintWeek poll asking readers what sort of Brexit outcome they would prefer said they would opt for a second referendum.
Wide-format dealer Josero has appointed Steve Collins in the newly created role of director of sales and marketing.
Print productivity specialist Anthony Thirlby has scaled back his role at Heidelberg as global senior vice-president, commercial segment, and head of subscription sales.
ImageData Group has ordered a Stahlfolder KH 78 from Heidelberg UK to upgrade the finishing capabilities of its Willerby site in East Yorkshire.
Kernow Coatings has added a clear polyester product, KernowPrint Lucid, to its range of HP Indigo-compatible synthetic substrates.
A healthy seasonal boost ensured that 2018 finished stronger than it started for the UK printing industry, at least as far as the volume of output and orders are concerned, according to the BPIF’s latest...
DG3 has invested in its first continuous feed inkjet press, a Xerox Trivor 2400 HF, along with attendant materials handling and post-press kit.
A trio of print companies have been recognised in this year’s Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200.
Antalis has revealed it will set up a new shareholding structure in the coming months, which could result in Sequana no longer being its majority shareholder.
Langley Holdings is looking for a suitable bolt-on acquisition to make more effective use of Manroland Sheetfed’s sales and manufacturing facilities after a fall in sales at the company.