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EFI launches Fiery DFE for Xerox Iridesse

EFI has launched a new Fiery digital front end (DFE), the Xerox EX-P 6 Print Server, for Xerox's new Iridesse production press.

Cepac completes £2m expansion of former DS Smith site

Corrugated packaging specialist Cepac has completed a major expansion that has effected a huge boost capacity and production at its Rawcliffe, East Yorkshire site.

Warwick Printing Company in Ashgate investment

Warwick Printing Company has become one of the first printers to purchase Ashgate Automation’s KF640 bookletmaker and trimmer with a squarefold in-line unit.

Bang Tidy dye-sub investment for clothing specialist

Bang Tidy Clothing has invested around £90,000 in new kit to enable it to offer a specialist dye-sublimation print service onto large-format aluminium sheets from substrate supplier Metal.

Former Cestrian MD launches new project management business

Former Cestrian managing director Phill Reynolds has launched new business OPOC, which offers a field management tool of the same name to make data collection more efficient, allowing businesses to track and improve live projects.

Hobs Group divests MPS arm

Hobs Group has sold Hobs On-Site, its managed print services (MPS) division, to independent IT services business SCC, for an undisclosed sum.

Agfa Q1 results hit by strong euro

Agfa has reported declines in both its revenue and gross profit in the first quarter of 2018.

Colour Graphics in £700k wide-format spend

Colour Graphics has invested around £700,000 on new wide-format machinery to bring in new business and ramp up its turnover by 25% in the next year.

'It’s a transformation not a turnaround’

At PrintWeekLive! in March, we were fortunate enough to welcome the newly appointed Williams Lea Tag (WLT) global chief executive David Kassler as our opening keynote speaker.

That’s a relief: make the most of your allowances

It’s well known that tax law is unclear, if not impenetrable. What is less well known is how much it’s grown in recent years. In 2009, UK tax law stood at 11,520 pages . But by 2016, it comprised around 21,000 pages.

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