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Jacobson: new Fuji Xerox to be 'dramatically stronger'

Xerox chief executive Jeff Jacobson has stated that the combination of Xerox and Fuji Xerox will result in a business that is "dramatically stronger and more competitive" than the individual companies are currently.

Fujifilm and Xerox create new industry giant

Fujifilm and Xerox have agreed an industry mega-merger that will see Xerox become part of an enlarged Fuji Xerox, with Fujifilm holding a majority stake in the new entity.

60 seconds with Washington Direct Mail

Washington Direct Mail (WDM) started in 1983 and was originally created to handle print and merchandising for a car manufacturer’s dealerships. It then set up a mailing house arm and went on to add personalised digital printing, which has paid dividends. The past year has seen rapid growth off the back off the General Election and the focused pursuit of target marketing, with the addition of new machinery and staff.

Overmatter: the running men

From tragedy, comes positivity. A team of four from Plastic Card Services are currently in training for the Wilmslow Half Marathon, running in aid of the Matthew Nicholls Trust.

Q&A Ian Kendall Chief executive, The Reflex Group

Ian has spent more than 30 years in print and packaging, having originally joined the industry via a chance connection. Together with Mike Turner he co-founded Reflex Labels (now The Reflex Group) in 2002. He’s married, has three boys, enjoys some R&R time walking his dog and also confesses to “a bit of a thing for classic cars”.

Plastic’s pain brings happier days for cartons

Sir David Attenborough could just turn out to be the biggest influencer yet when it comes to the future for carton printing.

M&S decides on point-of-sale roster

St Ives has retained part of its Marks & Spencer point-of-sale work following a contract review, with the retailer opting to switch from a sole supplier arrangement to using multiple print suppliers in future.

Carillion: Hollywood Monster boss speaks out

Hollywood Monster chairman Tim Andrews has spoken out about his shock and sadness at the collapse of long-standing client Carillion.

Xerox shareholder demands disclosure

Another major private investor in Xerox has taken issue with the firm’s strategy, specifically its relationship with Fujifilm.

Communisis upbeat ahead of results

Shares in Communisis are at a near four-year high after the PLC gave an upbeat trading update for its full year.

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