Search results for

Results 1 to 10 of about 49

Sort results by: Date | Relevance

St Ives makes new business a priority at SP

St Ives aims to diversify the client base at point-of-sale wing SP Group “as a priority” in order to reduce the operation’s dependency on the under-pressure grocery sector.

Stocking-fillers for print enthusiasts young and old

If you are stuck for ideas of what to stack under the Christmas tree, look no further. Whether you’re on a tight budget or looking to splash the cash, these sector-specific goodies will deliver festive cheer.

Kolbus partnership revives Timsons litho presses

Timsons litho presses for book printing will be manufactured again thanks to a new partnership between Kolbus and Timsons Engineering in Kettering.

255 jobs at risk at Penguin Random House Rugby distribution centre

Publishing giant Penguin Random House is set to close its largest distribution centre in Rugby, Warwickshire.

Meler Gluing agents join forces to launch PUR conversion business

Meler Gluing Solutions' two UK agents have joined forces to set up Meler Bookbinding Division, which will drive worldwide sales of Meler's PUR conversion systems.

BPIF uses BBD&PAs to hail the renaissance of books

BPIF chief executive Charles Jarrold used last week’s 2015 British Book Design & Production Awards (BBD&PA), which generated a record number of entries, to highlight the resurgence of the printed book.

Press and post-press spend for Bell & Bain

Bell & Bain has embarked upon a multimillion-pound investment programme, including the first Horizon Smart Binding System in Europe and a new KBA Rapida 145 large-format litho press.

CPI Books buys six Canons following shift towards print-on-demand

CPI Books has reacted to “a significant shift” towards print-on-demand by buying six new Canon printers.

GF Smith creates crowd-sourced photobooks to showcase papers

GF Smith is publishing a 100-page crowd-sourced photobook to provide “an authoritative tool for the print buyer and photographer”.

CPI looks to grow CPI Colour by 50% with second XL buy

CPI is set to invest in a second Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 106 and a pre-press upgrade as part of a strategy to grow its commercial printing division.

Latest comments