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Pensord's Coxon joins BPIF board

Pensord managing director Darren Coxon has accepted an invitation to join the board of the BPIF.

PrintCity president steps down

PrintCity Alliance's president Helmut 'John' Dangelmaier is to step down from his role at the end of this year.

BPIF reduces printers' energy reduction commitment by 30%

The BPIF will launch its new Climate Change Agreement (CCA) agreement, which lowers the print industry's energy reduction target to 8.4%, after the New Year.

Sun on Sunday sales boost overall newspaper circulation figures

The introduction of News International's The Sun on Sunday has created year-on-year growth in Sunday paper circulation, masking the continuing overall decline of the sector, the latest ABC figures show.

Bank of England floats 1bn UK banknote contract

De La Rue's contract to print the UK's banknotes could come to an end as the Bank of England (BoE) has issued a tender notice asking up to five operators to bid for the 1bn contract.

CPI disappointed that carbon price floor still stands

The Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) has voiced its disappointment at the government's failure to scrap the Carbon Price Floor (CPF) which it believes is one of the biggest threat's to UK manufacturing.

Messe pulls plug on digi:media 2013

Messe Dusseldorf has pulled the plug on next year's digi:media trade show, blaming cancellations, reductions in floor space and lack of commitment from prospective exhibitors.

Océ and TIS awarded 17.5m Aegon contract

Océ has partnered with enterprise content management provider Top Image Systems (TIS) to win a 3.5m-a-year print management contract for life insurance provider Aegon.

Autumn Statement: FPB calls for growth as IFS predicts fiscal pain

The Forum of Private Businesses (FPB) is calling for the government to revert on its proposals to give workers the right to demand flexible working in the chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement on 5 December.

Veil of secrecy around print's 'secret six' uncovered

The Royal Mail's undercover printers, who anonymously produced thousands of stamps for the Olympics, have been revealed. These are their stories

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