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District Photo UK subsidiary Harrier LLC has launched a new personalised print platform, Pictabulous, which transforms photos into artwork.
Finishing specialist Alchemy Coatings has been placed into administration but its sister company Silk Hat Greetings has adopted the trading name and will continue trading the business.
Harper Adams University has completed its first year-long course in packaging design, styling and innovation for the food sector.
Royal Mail is to appeal a £50m fine imposed by Ofcom for breach of competition law.
Smurfit Kappa has joined the paper advocacy group Two Sides.
Midland Regional Printers (MRP) will bring laminating services in-house later this year after investing £250,000 in new kit from Swedish manufacturer Lamina System.
YM Group is poised to roll out a new paper wrapping option for catalogue and magazine customers who want to move away from polywrap.
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Digital technologies disrupt supply chains – including print – and establish new structures and new paradigms. However, there are some markets where the...
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Fujifilm has developed this low-chemistry offset plate as a halfway step between processed and processless technologies.
Frip Finishing’s origins stretch back almost half a century, to the founding of Impact Printing Company in Scotland in 1970, supplying cheque printers...
A complete line for high-end book production in low volumes.