EFI has launched a new version of Fiery targeted at users of its Reggiani industrial digital textile printers.
St Ives has retained part of its Marks & Spencer point-of-sale work following a contract review, with the retailer opting to switch from a sole supplier arrangement to using multiple print suppliers in...
Clays has found itself at the heart of one of 2018’s biggest stories so far as it took up the commission to print a scathing exposé of Donald Trump’s first year in the White House.
The Joint Industry Committee (JIC) for Mail has launched the first ever “currency” for mail, based on comprehensive readership research for the channel, to help advertisers with their media planning.
Anthony Thirlby has been promoted to a newly created role at Heidelberg, as the manufacturer looks to implement new business models and place a stronger focus on customer segments.
Headline sponsor Heidelberg will use PrintWeekLive! to help visitors become more profitable, improve their productivity and reduce their cost per sheet.
Last Bros has marked its 70th year in business with the installation of a new D-Flex hybrid UV digital inkjet press.
Royal Mail has reported a group revenue increase of 2%, driven by a “good performance” over Christmas.
Hollywood Monster chairman Tim Andrews has spoken out about his shock and sadness at the collapse of long-standing client Carillion.
Another major private investor in Xerox has taken issue with the firm’s strategy, specifically its relationship with Fujifilm.
HP has launched a new workflow application for its Indigo 20000 press that it said will enable wallpaper manufacturers to benefit from the decor opportunities available with digital printing.
IST (UK) will promote its LED-UV retrofit offering at PrintWeekLive! as it returns to the show following a positive response at last year’s inaugural event.
A raft of retailers and restaurant chains have announced plans to reduce or abolish their use of plastic packaging in the next few years, as the government vows to crack down on plastic waste.