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Christmas comes early for bookworms

Christmas is coming – regardless of any protests that autumn has barely begun. The retail sector is revving up for the festive season already. For print, this means production will step up on all sorts of physical media.

Why did Timsons' digital dream go so wrong so quickly?

Launched less than three years ago at Drupa 2012, as of next month the Timsons T-Press, the 200m/min duplex, monochrome, inkjet book printing line, will become a collector’s item.

Timsons shape-shifts for digital future

Bespoke UK litho book press manufacturing came to an end this month when Kettering-based Timsons ceased production of its conventional book presses to concentrate on the manufacture of digital presses as it looks towards the future.

Book closes on B&T story as firm heads for administration

Looking back at the 169 year history of Butler Tanner & Dennis is like leafing through a ‘Who’s Who’ of publishing and printing. Little wonder that B&T also printed the illustrious tome itself.

MPG Printgroup: how did it go so wrong?

In north Norfolk, a state-of-the-art digital book production factory lies idle.

Book sector's strengths add up to more than Fifty Shades of Grey

Sales of printed books are down again, says the Publishers Association (PA), unveiling new figures that suggest even more shades of grey than the fifty that recently propelled sales of both the printed and digital word.

Briefing: Are SME printers being priced out of the books market?

While inkjet may be hailed as the saviour of book printing, small printers argue that the high cost of entry means they can't afford to compete

Briefing: Industry pulls together to make the impossible a reality

One million books, 20,000 advocates, 25 titles and just one night - World Book Night will put the power of the printed word in the spotlight

Books: sick as a parrot or a golden goal?

Book printing is, to steal a phrase, a game of two halves. Last week's big news proved that point: while CPI revealed plans to close colour book specialist Bath Press, its chief executive Mike Taylor simultaneously invested to secure the future of Suffolk-based monochrome bookprinter Clowes.

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