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District Photo UK subsidiary Harrier LLC has launched a new personalised print platform, Pictabulous, which transforms photos into artwork.
Matthews the Printers is looking to extend its market reach as it starts to produce commercial work on the UK’s first Kodak Nexfinity with a print quality reportedly “far superior to litho”.
Positive Images UK has invested around £200,000 in a trio of new, additional machines to boost its firepower and capabilities.
Administrators at consumables supplier Pressroom Press are hoping to sell the business as a going concern and say they have received expressions of interest in the company.
Richard and Julie Bennett have acquired Atkinson Print as the second step in the buy-and-build of their own print group after the couple bought Newcastle Print Solutions (NPS) last summer.
Friedheim International has become the exclusive UK and Ireland dealer for Israeli manufacturer Scodix’s digital enhancement equipment.
Ultragraph has invested £500,000 in a Promatrix 106 CSB die-cutter from Heidelberg in a bid to help it consolidate its standing in the packaging sector.
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New ValueJet model that combines the benefits of eco-solvent and UV inks.
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