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Europe's first Landa S10 to arrive this month

The first Landa Nanographic digital press to be installed in Europe is on its way to beta site Edelmann in Germany.

Heidelberg lays out ambitions for new subs model

Heidelberg has more than 100 potential customers lined up for its new subscription pay-per-use business model, and is also targeting the offering at printers using presses from competitors.

Sun Chemical buys Luminescence

Ink and consumables giant Sun Chemical has upped its presence in the premium security inks market with the acquisition of specialist UK manufacturer Luminescence.

Muller Martini accolade for Printondemand-worldwide

The UK's Printondemand-worldwide has become the first recipient of Muller Martini's new global award for finishing excellence.

Q&A: Dan Dean Consultant, B&B Press Rotherham

Dan is B&B’s former business development director and retired at the end of last year after a whopping 46 years in print, starting as an apprentice compositor. His hobbies include golf (10 handicap) and Harley-Davidson motorcycles. He’s married with two daughters and twin granddaughters

60-seconds with… PMG Print Management

The original business was founded in 1990 and was called Proof and Print. Mike Roberts took over the business back in 2004 and initially had a team of three: himself, a graphic designer and a production assistant.

Overmatter: Bristol's binding blood lust

Overmatter is rather disturbed after learning about what must surely be the country’s most macabre printing artefact.

Push Print expands services with Fujifilm Jet Press

London's Push Print is adding high-end digital production to its range of services with the purchase of a Fujifilm Jet Press 720S, the firm's first digital press.

Konica Minolta adds inline option to KM-1

Konica Minolta has added an inline finishing option to its AccurioJet KM-1 B2 inkjet press as part of a raft of new technology partnerships, and has outlined ambitions to grow the installed base to 50 later this year.

De La Rue divests paper wing

De La Rue has sold a majority stake in its specialist papermaking business to private equity firm Epiris and management in a £68m deal that also marks the return of former De La Rue CFO Colin Child to the paper arm.

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