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Circle Media: Roto Smeets now bankrupt

Circle Media has described the new Dutch dismissal law as “unworkable” and a contributing factor in its decision to file for bankruptcy at its stricken Dutch printing businesses.

First Move completes personalised care catalogue

Providing aid equipment for people with disabilities is a highly nuanced undertaking, with every individual’s needs incredibly specific to themselves. Knowing this, it was important to supplier Complete Care that its latest catalogue reflect the diversity of its customer base.

Witherbys sculpts gallery guide for British talent

London-born sculptor Sam Orlando Miller is based in Cataluña in Spain nowadays, but even as his work takes on an increasingly Mediterranean influence befitting his surroundings, he never forgets his roots amid the English craftsmanship of his family’s silversmithing workshop.

Q&A: Graham Prichard, print manager, National Trust

“Too old to rock and roll too young to die!” Graham hit 60 this year and retires on 21 December after 41 years in the industry. Retirement will mean spending time at home with his wife of 38 years, Rachel, plus “really getting to learn how to play the three guitars I now own, plus perhaps getting my golf handicap into single figures.”

Killer app: ProCo turns children’s charity work into child’s play

BBC Children in Need (CiN) has now raised more than £1bn to help youngsters worldwide since launching in 1980. A charity push of that scale needs coordination and sophistication, which is evident in its combined use of print and digital communications to recruit fundraisers.

Cool heads keep sector calm under pressure

In the world of report and accounts production, R&A could just as well stand for ‘reliable and accurate’ as that’s exactly what printers who operate in this space need to be.

YM ready with new paper wrap solution

YM Group is poised to roll out a new paper wrapping option for catalogue and magazine customers who want to move away from polywrap.

Walstead in mega web deal

Walstead has made another huge continental acquisition – the group is taking over the €200m (£179m) turnover web offset business in Poland that used to be owned by RR Donnelley.

Continental printer targets UK retail work

The latest European consolidation play has resulted in a continental print group sharpening its focus on the UK market for retail print.

Buyer sought for Sunline Direct Mail

Efforts are underway to sell Sunline Direct Mail as a going concern after the firm’s owner filed a notice of intention to appoint an administrator.

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