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Paragon snaps up Kingswood iOptus

Kingswood iOptus has been acquired out of administration by Paragon Group after the 23-year-old business hit cashflow problems.

Solid results for Communisis as it launches new growth strategy

In the 12 months to 31 December 2017 Communisis reported increases in revenues and profits with a significant reduction in net debt, whilst securing two major long-term contracts.

Black & Callow makes first acquisition

Financial printing firm Black & Callow has bought the assets of its London-based print partner Master Mail.

Capitalists carve out a niche

The history of printing in London is entwined with the history of the city itself, stretching all the way back to the 1400s when William Caxton brought printing presses to the capital. However, that history is currently under threat. Thanks to the spiralling cost of running a business in London, in recent years a number of printers have gone bust and many more have deserted the capital for pastures both new and more cost-effective.

Xerox revenue and profits down in first results since separation

Xerox has reported Q4 and full-year revenue and profit declines in its first financial results since the firm officially completed its separation from Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) business Conduent.

Royle Financial Print rebrands to CPI Royle

Royle Financial Print has been renamed CPI Royle to reflect its ownership by CPI Group.

RRD separation complete

Print and outsourcing giant RR Donnelley has completed its three-way split.

DST invests £5m in Dagenham press overhaul

Print and mail specialist DST UK has invested around £5m in new machinery for its Dagenham, Essex site in a bid to accelerate its migration to inkjet.

HH Global wins five-year Lloyds print contract

HH Global has won a five-year contract to provide all of Lloyds Banking Group’s non-transactional print and marketing as an “end-to-end outsourced solution” provider.

Kodak sales shrink

Kodak has reduced its losses on worldwide sales that fell 15% in 2015 to slip below the $2bn mark.

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