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Forecast worsening for paper supply

Earlier this month PrintWeek reported on the ‘perfect storm’ of global events that have tightened the supply of graphical papers and resulted in paper mills resorting to allocation for the first time since 2001.

GDPR expected to hit letter volumes

Announcing its full year results, Royal Mail Group has said it anticipates a drop-off in letter volume as the new data protection rules stoke business uncertainty.

Cepac completes £2m expansion of former DS Smith site

Corrugated packaging specialist Cepac has completed a major expansion that has effected a huge boost capacity and production at its Rawcliffe, East Yorkshire site.

Stora Enso launches renewable alternative to plastic

Launching its sustainable, wood-based biocomposite product, the company claims DuraSense could reduce plastic consumption by up to 60%.

UK firm first in world for Acuity Ultra

Surrey-based creative production firm Echo House, has become the first company in the world to purchase a superwide-format Acuity Ultra from Fujifilm.

InnerWorkings facing new legal action

InnerWorkings, the US-based print management and marketing giant that has a UK subsidiary, is facing legal action from investors once again over alleged financial misreporting.

Industry must do more to educate against ‘e-greenwash’

Antalis is urging the print and paper industry to play a part in teaching consumers about sustainability in paper and not to be fooled by environmental claims around digital communication.

Central Foiling adds laminating to portfolio

Central Foiling has rounded off a £170,000 investment with the purchase of a laminator to bring more work in-house.

Solid results for Communisis as it launches new growth strategy

In the 12 months to 31 December 2017 Communisis reported increases in revenues and profits with a significant reduction in net debt, whilst securing two major long-term contracts.

NME to cease print edition

The iconic British weekly music publication, which launched in 1952, has been axed as part of the brand’s digital-first strategy. The last edition will hit the stands on 9 March.

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