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Strong Drupa sales to boost KBA second half-year performance but overall orders down

While more than 100m of Drupa orders, mainly for batch-produced sheetfed offset presses, will take time to impact, preliminary half-year figures reveal overall group order intake is down 114m.

UPDATE: MPG to take over Cambridge University Press print work

MPG Group is on the verge of taking over the majority of Cambridge University Press' (CUP) European print work from next month.

Johnston Press set to close Peterborough printing facility

The regional newspaper group has announced plans to close the city's Oundle Road printing press, which produces the Peterborough Telegraph.

Cambridge University Press (CUP) outsources European print to MPG

The two businesses have signed a long-term agreement that will see MPG take over "a significant amount" of CUP's European mono, two and four-colour book and journal manufacturing from 2 July.

Survey reveals poor performance of PDF to EPub conversion tools

The study, carried out by the Flemish Innovation Center for Graphic Communication (VIGC), found the average effectiveness score for tools used to convert library books to ebooks was just 30%, with the worst scoring just 10%.

100m government funding to boost SMEs through alternative lending

The government is to invest up to 100m of funding in alternative lending channels as part of a 500m initiative aimed at supporting SMEs in any sector. turnover increases by 28% despite slight dip in pre-tax profits

The Manchester-based firm has posted strong growth for the year ending 31 March 2012 with turnover rising to 21.8m from 17m in 2011, although pre-tax profits dropped slightly to 1.26m from 1.31m in 2011.

200m growth initiative for top England SMEs

The most promising 26,000 small and medium-sized businesses in England are being targeted for 'growth coaching', as part of a 200m government-funded initiative.

Smurfit Kappa SSK celebrates 150 years

The Birmingham paper mill in Nechels has marked its 150th anniversary with a Victorian-themed celebration at Birmingham Town Hall.

CPI UK launches Quantum book line with special edition hardback

Book printer CPI UK has produced its first trade title with fully integrated colour on its HP T350-powered book line, which it has dubbed "Quantum", marking the official launch of the machine in the UK.

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