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Take your print out of the gutter

In a market where even digital print is becoming commoditised, the once-humble bindery is emerging as the place to add value and hopefully restore profits. Short-run or one-off books and brochures can be given a bespoke treatment that customers will pay big money for, yet if you organise yourself the production costs are a fraction of that.

Berforts book arm falls into administration

Berforts Information Press (BIP), one of the last dedicated colour book printers in the UK, has been placed in administration.

St Ives strives to maintain print margins

St Ives has described trading in its large-format print wing as “challenging” ahead of its year-end results, but still expects to post figures that are in line with market expectations.

RR Donnelley plans three-way split

Bigger is no longer better for RR Donnelley – the giant printing and communications conglomerate has decided to break itself up into three separate businesses.

Q&A: Ian Chamberlain, managing director, Tudor Bookbinding

Ian has worked in print finishing since he left school at the age of 16, barring a brief interlude in 1975 when he tried his hand at being a milkman, a cooked meats salesman, and a van driver, before (we’re happy to say) returning to his roots. Ian was a binding room manager at Taylor Bloxham in Leicester, prior to setting up Wigston-based Tudor Bookbinding in 1992.

Book charts Butler & Tanner story

A new book celebrates the history of once-mighty British book printer Butler & Tanner.

Printing error blamed for missing text in Go Set a Watchman books

A printing error has been blamed for missing text in a number of copies of one of this century’s most hotly anticipated books.

Precision Printing's £2.75m upgrade

The Precision Group has invested £2.75m over the past month as it revamps its operations in London and Sunderland.

New Fifty Shades book smashes sales record

Grey, the latest novel by Fifty Shades of Grey author EL James, has sold more copies in the UK in its first three days than any adult title has in its first week.

ISAG adds XXL sheet feeder to latest fastBlock bookbinder

Swiss manufacturer Imaging Solutions (ISAG) has unveiled the latest version of its fastBlock landscape photobook production machine, which now features a fully automated XXL sheet feeder and a cardboard sheet feeder.

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