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Reflex Group introduces staff share scheme

Reflex Group has introduced a Company Share Option Plan (CSOP) for its employees.

Goss and Manroland Web Systems set to merge

Goss International’s printing press business and Manroland Web Systems are to combine, with Contiweb set to become a standalone company.

'Beast from the East' causes printers problems

Printers across the UK are battling blizzards and road closures as they strive to keep the presses turning, but the extreme weather conditions have forced at least one company to enact a temporary emergency shutdown.

The Henna Press goes into liquidation following FT Solutions hit

Watford-based printer The Henna Press has gone into liquidation after being hit for six figures when its biggest client, FT Solutions, went into administration last month.

Print-Leeds signs five-year deal with Agfa

Print-Leeds has signed a new five-year plate contact with Agfa and invested in the manufacturer’s Arkana processor and Asanti wide-format workflow software.

ProCo rounds off post-press overhaul

ProCo has completed its latest post-press review after investing in a Horizon CRF-362 creaser-folder and a Horizon SPF-200A bookletmaker.

Print grows for HP in tandem with overall Q1 boost

HP Inc has grown its Q1 turnover by 14% year-on-year – from $12.7bn (£9bn) to $14.5bn – with its Printing division also up by 14%, from $4.5bn to $5.1bn.

FastLabels futureproofs with £500k Xeikon spend

FastLabels has invested around £500,000 in a new Xeikon CX3 and an upgrade to an existing Xeikon 3030 in order to futureproof its press line-up as demand for its services grows.

Go Inspire to restructure Eclipse 4DM

Go Inspire, formerly GI Solutions Group, is restructuring its Eclipse 4DM business and has launched a consultation with just under 100 staff at the site, with 28 roles at risk.

Assets of publishing firms that hit printers bought out of liquidation

The assets of Black Dog Publishing and sister company Artifice Books, which went into liquidation last month owing printers thousands of pounds, have been bought by St James’s House Media Group.

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