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Bespoke Digital Printer of the Year 2015: Screaming Colour

Screaming Colour is making a habit of this. Highly commended last year, winner in 2013, the creative production house in London romped home again in 2015. Judges for the category, aimed at short-run, high-value brochures and presentation packs, want good colour and innovative applications.

Industrial Digital Printer of the Year 2015: Gask & Hawley

Gask & Hawley prints and distributes more than 3.8 million bespoke leaflets every three weeks in various formats for one of its clients. The judges were looking for stunning examples of long-run targeted messaging where data handling and the number of variables are as critical as the quality of the printed product.

Label Printer of the Year 2015: Label Apeel

Award-winning label makers, according to judges, must “tick a number of boxes”. Label Apeel has done exactly that for the past three years to secure a hat-trick of category wins. Labels for King’s Siberian Sturgeon Fresh Caviar – like those for Mezan Single Distillery Rum or Hampstead Tea - had to prove best print and production values.

FMCG Packaging Printer of the Year 2015: The Sherwood Group

They are short in shelf-life and lower in unit cost, but FMCG goods make complex demands on the likes of Sherwood Group. Print for such goods calls for fast turnarounds and product consistency across long runs, but Sherwood knows all about this, having won the category last year.

Direct Mail Printer of the Year 2015: Geoff Neal Group

This was anything but junk mail. John Lewis tasked Geoff Neal to develop a concept for a joint promotion with Le Creuset for a new Cool Mint range. The mailing, to deliver a promotional magnet, involved a gift-style matchbox-type carton on 485 micron FBB to avoid cracking.

Social Stationery Printer of the Year 2015: Woodmansterne Publications

“Even we were surprised we could do it that well,” reads the category entry from Woodmansterne Publications, which may or may not suggest surprise from a company that seemingly came from nowhere to win this competitive category.

Newspaper Printer of the Year 2015: Trinity Mirror Printing (Watford)

The Daily Mirror remains Trinity’s core business, while Trinity is core to this category – its various sites having won it four times. With a nightly print order of around 500,000 copies, requiring at least three presses rolling at full speed, the Mirror has formidable production targets.

RNIB invests in Perfecta guillotine

The RNIB has boosted the efficiency of its inplant print facility with the installation of a new Perfecta guillotine, supplied by Intelligent Finishing Systems (IFS).

Global industry is upbeat for future

Printers around the world have reported both optimism and growth in two recent market studies, but UK print businesses remain concerned about competitive pricing, rising costs and staffing issues.

Fespa 2015 preview: ancillaries

What's new on the stands at this year's wide-format expo.

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