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Heidelberg has filled three key management positions as it continues to make organisational changes while pursuing its digital transformation.
Adapt, the exclusive UK distributor for HP's Latex R-Series hybrid production printers, has opened a new showroom dedicated to the technology.
Shawpak has invested £600,000 in a Chiron vertical milling machine to double the speed at which it can produce parts for its thermoforming machines.
Zanders expects to have sealed a deal with a new investor by the end of the year.
A revamp of the Clays board under its new ownership has resulted in the return of a former managing director of the business as a non-exec.
Tech-ni-Fold has revealed the latest addition to its CreaseStream portfolio, catered to an increased market demand for large-format work, ahead of its show debut.
Vale Labels has seen productivity jump following the installation of the UK's first HP Indigo 6900.
Strike action at the Communisis cheque printing operation in Crewe has been called off after Unite members and management settled a dispute over pay.
Kodak’s former pension scheme could become the latest industry scheme to end up in the Pension Protection Fund, and the Kodak Alaris business could be sold as a result.
Two men have been sent to jail for running a criminal business making and supplying false passports and ID documents.
Media brands that were established before the advent of the internet have maintained the trust of consumers at the highest levels, according to the latest report from PAMCo.
Antalis has announced the winners of its 2018 Review awards, with six printers picking up trophies.
Industry friends and colleagues are mourning Nick Finegold, who died last week at the age of 50.