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T-shirt printer upgrades to solar premises

Isle of Wight-based UK T-shirt Printing, the B2B t-shirt printing arm of eco-fashion brand Rapanui, has relocated to a factory powered in the main by solar energy.

SME confidence struggles in face of challenges

The number of owners of UK SMEs looking to downsize, sell or close their businesses is at its highest level for five years, according to a recent study.

Henry Ling upgrades litho

Journal and book printer Henry Ling has upgraded its litho department by investing in a new Speedmaster and retrofitting its existing Speedmaster with LE-UV drying capabilities.

New partnership for Peterborough printers

Two Peterborough-based printers, Printmarshall and the Creative Company, have merged to form Printmarshall Creative.

Leading Lancashire printers shortlisted for numerous awards

Two Lancashire-based printing companies, Empine Print and Printed Cup Company, have been nominated for a number of awards recognising personal achievement.

Kodak announces plate price increase

Kodak has announced a global price increase for its offset printing plates of up to 9%.

Funky Pigeon ramps up print operation with investment

Greetings card specialist Funky Pigeon has invested in two new finishing machines for its print operation to support a site move after it more than tripled its premises size.

Macfarlane acquires Nottingham packaging firm

Macfarlane Group has acquired Nottinghamshire-based Greenwoods Stock Boxes (GSB), its first and potentially last 2017 acquisition.

No nine lives needed for latest Slam Signs van wrap

The Cats Protection charity likes to promote its raison d’être, any hour, any day, and for help with the mission it was looking for a company to wrap a number of its vehicles with a sparkly vehicle wrap that conveys its message. In stepped Hertfordshire-based Slam Signs, hired by car dealership Robins & Day, which handles outsourcing for the wrapping.

How is business confidence faring in the devolved nations?

According to research from accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young, entrepreneurs are four times more likely to start a business in London than in the Vale of Glamorgan.

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