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Bindery veteran strikes out alone with new company

Trade finishing start-up the Purfect Binding Company has officially opened its doors following the installation of a raft of Horizon and Renz equipment.

Renz is latest spend for Route One £4m investment

Route One Print has embarked on the latest stage of a £4m investment programme by booting up wire-binding kit for calendars and books.

Nationwide makes £200k post- and pre-press spend

Nationwide Print has spent £200,000 on a major expansion, taking on board four new finishing machines as well as updating its MIS and online marketing software.

GM Finishing takes on Renz Mobi binder for calendar jobs

GM Finishing has installed a Renz Mobi 500 wire ring-binder to extend its finishing capabilities.

Zechini speeds up changeover times on new casemaker

Italian manufacturer Zechini has launched its Roby Zero casemaker, which can be made to change format in 12 seconds.

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.

New Horizon finishing kit for Imprint Digital

Imprint Digital has installed a Horizon HT-1000V three-knife trimmer and BQ-470 four-clamp perfect binder to keep up with its customers' desire for increasingly shorter runs.

Bindery haul for Manor Printing brings casemaking inhouse

Manor Printing Services (Wotton) has taken on a new Fastbind package from Ashgate Automation in order to expand its casemaking capabilities.

Clays helps make headlines by printing Trump book

Clays has found itself at the heart of one of 2018’s biggest stories so far as it took up the commission to print a scathing exposé of Donald Trump’s first year in the White House.

Killer app Leicestershire firms race through BBC appeal book job

The print industry doesn’t often find itself in the limelight, but two Leicestershire firms, Tudor Bookbinding and Chartwell Press, had their 15 minutes of fame on BBC Radio Leicester on 16 November thanks to their contribution to the station’s Children in Need appeal: a book entitled Do Your Food Friday Thing. It is hoped the project will raise £10,000 for Pudsey.

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