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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.



Make finishing touches the first priority

It started with finishing. Commercial printer PCL Digital was looking to win customers by offering more services. Print was well balanced on supply and demand, so managing director Nick Westley-Smith took a post-press tilt. But this was to be no minor tinkering on the fringes of finishing.

Liquidation can send you down the drain

The failure of Carillion, the UK’s second largest construction business, followed the loss of vast sums of money on big contracts and debts totalling more than £1.5bn, including a huge pension shortfall – officially reported as £587m but which an analysis for Sky News reckons is nearer £2.6bn – and £900m owed to the banks.

Merger threatened by investor dissent

Fujifilm boss Shigetaka Komori has considerable form when it comes to taking on seemingly insurmountable challenges.

Canon firms up plans for PrintWeekLive!

Canon has confirmed its plans for PrintWeekLive!, outlining the kit it will show on its stand as well as details of its workshops.

SML Corby triples capacity with Horizon install

SML Corby has boosted its capacity after installing parent SML Group’s 15th Horizon RD-4055 worldwide.

Tighter immigration controls could hit print

Industries like print will suffer if Theresa May implements harsh immigration controls after Brexit, according to the director general of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).

Simpson Group acquired in MBO

POS specialist Simpson Group has been acquired in a management buyout, with the family founders handing over the reins of the £11m-turnover business.

Trinity Mirror and Northern & Shell seal sale deal

Trinity Mirror has agreed to purchase Northern & Shell’s publishing assets in a near-£200m deal including payments into the Northern & Shell pension schemes.

AD Bell invests in Epson kit for car wraps

Signage and graphics company AD Bell Sign Systems has bought its first Epson printer, a SureColor SC-S80600, to assist with its vehicle wrapping jobs.

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