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Top-level restructure at Konica Minolta Marketing Services

Konica Minolta Marketing Services has restructured its senior management to integrate the teams from acquisitions Charterhouse PM, Indicia and Ergo.

New support for BPIF trainees and apprentices

The Stationers' Company and the BPIF have bolstered their commitment to training the next generation of print professionals with the renewal of the Stationers' bursary programme and the introduction of a BPIF peer-to-peer mentor scheme for apprentices.

Adare releases data on gender pay gap

Adare International was one of the first UK print companies to reveal its gender pay gap data, with female employees earning 13.6% less on average (median) than male employees.

Adare SEC goes live with UK's first Hunkeler CS8

Adare Secure Essential Communications (SEC) has now gone live with the UK’s first Hunkeler CS8 cross-cutter, signalling a 20% increase in speed upon its predecessor.

Chancellor sets sights on late payment culture

Chancellor Philip Hammond has pledged to look at ways to combat the late payment culture impacting SMEs as part of his Spring Statement.

TrueVis install wins Tesco contract for Bow

Start-up signage and print company Bow Design has set its long-term sights on becoming one of the biggest signage printers in Wales after taking on a new TrueVis VG-640 wide-format printer-cutter.

Buxton doubles bindery speed with new Kolbus

Buxton Press has invested in a Kolbus KM 610 perfect binder to help drive growth in magazine and brochure work.

McGowans bolsters operations with new Durst installs

McGowans has kicked off pre-Brexit expansion at both its Dublin and Belfast bases with two new large-format Durst Rho machines.

Recycler fined over toner explosion

Recycling company Ereco has been ordered to pay £60,000 for its mishandling of print toner, which led to an explosion that injured eight people and irreparably damaged a nearby print company on the Hobbs Industrial Estate in Surrey in 2011.

CS Labels to double facility size in £3m investment

CS Labels will relocate to a new manufacturing facility and bring in a raft of new Xeikon label presses as part of a £3m investment, described as a “logical progression” for the firm.

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