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T Shirt & Sons has taken delivery of the first Kornit Vulcan high-productivity direct-to-garment printer to be sold into Europe, as part of a multimillion-pound expansion.
Hickling & Squires has scored a UK first after investing in Xerox’s new Iridesse Production Press.
Soaring energy prices have prompted the BPIF to renew its calls for companies to sign up to its Climate Change Levy reduction scheme as the deadline looms.
Fujifilm has beefed up its workflow team with the addition of two new recruits from rival Kodak.
Future Print Leeds has launched two new dedicated websites to enable it to branch out into two specialist markets: funeral stationery and mug printing.
Campaigners against plain packaging have spoken out a year on from its introduction in the UK, claiming the initiative has failed as it has not met one of its key objectives of reducing smoking levels....
Pureprint has launched a new service to offer its clients a way to balance the carbon emissions of the paper they use in their printed communications, using Carbon Balanced Paper.
Northern Flags has invested around £500,000 in Agfa wide-format kit as it looks to leverage the FaberExposize UK brand to expand its presence in the POS and exhibition graphics markets.
HP has launched a new workflow suite for its PageWide series of corrugated presses, One Package, to smooth the transition of corrugated converters into the digital market.
The increasingly bitter feud between Fujifilm and Xerox has ramped up a notch with Fujifilm filing a $1bn (£760m) lawsuit against Xerox for damages over the collapse of the proposed merger.
Frip Finishing has invested £550,000 to increase its foiling and embossing capacity by taking on a new Brausse Signa 1060Fi and refurbishing a Bobst BMA 102.
Packaging giant DS Smith has recorded revenue and profit growth in excess of 20% in its latest results.
Independent German paper mill Feldmuehle Uetersen has confirmed that it has been acquired, with more than 95% of jobs saved.