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Ilford targets backlit photo displays with inkjet media

Specialist inkjet media manufacturer Ilford has launched the Omnijet Display Trans media kit in Europe as a replacement for silver halide-based backlit display printing.

Arctic Paper gets boost from HarperCollins' bumper Hobbit print run

Arctic Paper has shipped more than 400 tonnes of Arctic Silk 130gsm for the production of four different books from HarperCollins based on The Hobbit film trilogy.

Antalis McNaughton grows sign and display sales team

Antalis McNaughton has appointed Joe Kennedy as account manager to its growing sign and display sales team.

James Cropper boosts profits despite falling paper sales

Paper manufacturer James Cropper has recorded a double digit increase in its operating profit for the first half of 2012 despite falling sales in its speciality paper business.

Paperlinx to streamline sales operations across merchanting divisions

Paperlinx UK is to centralise its "face to market" across its commercial print operations in a move that could prove to be its first step in consolidating Howard Smith, PaperCo and Robert Horne into one merchanting brand.

Paperlinx UK bears the brunt of European job cuts

Paperlinx is to cut 370 jobs across its European operations, with up to 200 staff understood to be in consultation in the UK alone.

Coup for GFSmith with Heaven 42 deal

GFSmith has added Scheufelen's Heaven 42 to its range, replacing Robert Horne as the exclusive stockist for the premium matt coated grade.

UPM accuses Metsa of breaching shareholding agreement

UPM is taking legal action against fellow paper manufacturer Metsaliitto Cooporative and its subsidiary Metsa Board, in relation to the jointly-owned Metsa Fibre.

Alderson creditors owed over 5m following collapse

Unsecured creditors of the five operating companies of Alderson Print Group (APG) were owed a combined 5.1m at the time of their administration, according to the creditors report.

NGOs urge Asia Pulp and Paper boycott

An open letter signed by 60 non-government organisations (NGOs) has been sent to investors in Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) urging them not to back the controversial Indonesian company.

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