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Barnard & Westwood prints Royal Wedding invitations

London-based fine printing and bookbinding specialist Barnard & Westwood has produced the invitations for the upcoming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

HP unveils Latex Rigid Technology

HP is set to launch the HP Latex R Series, which will enable its water-based Latex technology to be used for rigid printing.

Campaign launched to keep passport production in the UK

Unite the union has teamed up with the Daily Mirror newspaper to launch its campaign calling for the production of UK passports to remain in the UK.

Web-first and signage lead Grafenia's growth plans at home and abroad

Grafenia has made moves to angle its Nettl offering more towards web-first and signage due to challenges in traditional print, as it heads towards the end of its 2017/18 financial year.

Swanline sponsors Women in Packaging UK

Packaging and POS trade supplier Swanline Print Group has pledged its support for female packaging professionals by announcing its sponsorship of Women in Packaging UK (WIP UK) throughout 2018.

Hatch Print confirms official vegan accreditation

Hatch Print has become the first UK printer to receive official accreditation from the Vegetarian Society.

Central Foiling adds laminating to portfolio

Central Foiling has rounded off a £170,000 investment with the purchase of a laminator to bring more work in-house.

Heidelberg advances Versafire family with the EV

Heidelberg has unveiled the Versafire EV, the latest in its Versafire family of digital printers, for both the four- and five-colour market.

C&D Print takes on Portland MPS in £400,000 expansion

C&D Print has rolled out a £400,000 investment strategy as it prepares to absorb print management firm Portland Media Print Services.

Calls for Home Office to reverse 'outrageous' passport decision

A huge row has erupted after news that the £490m UK passport contract has been awarded to Franco-Dutch firm Gemalto was leaked to the media – prior to any official announcement from the Home Office – with incumbent supplier De La Rue vowing to appeal and Unite mobilising a campaign to reverse the decision.

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