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Arjo Stoneywood deal expected imminently

The mooted management buyout of Arjowiggins’ Stoneywood mill in Aberdeen is expected to be finalised “in the coming days” according to local newspaper the Evening Express.

EPac ready to roll with new UK site

EPac Flexible Packaging’s new UK digital printing production facility will be up and running next month.

Investment continues at Palm Paper

Further investment is on the cards at Palm Paper, which held a special event this week to mark a decade of production and the start-up of its new Paper Separation Plant.

Print farmer being wound up, more trading styles emerge

Yet more websites have emerged with a remarkably similar appearance to those used by notorious print farmer Neill John, who was disqualified from being a director earlier this year.

Prospecting is worth gold to universities

At this time of year students all over the country can be seen clutching printed marketing material with university logos emblazoned all over it.

Leeds Die Cutting upgrades bookletmaking

Trade finisher Leeds Die Cutting has bought a Horizon SPF-200L landscape feed bookletmaker to enhance its service offering.

Liquidation likely for Quinns and N&B

It appears that Quinns Belfast (2009) and Nicholson & Bass will be going into liquidation, although the formalities are yet to be enacted.

Royal Mail: urgent talks over possible industrial action

Royal Mail has said it is “committed to further talks as a matter of urgency” after receiving formal notice from the Communication Workers Union that it will ballot members over industrial action – which could result in the first major postal service strike in a decade.

HH Global results continue upward trend

HH Global has announced another big jump in sales – and EBITDA margins – in its Q1 results.

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