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Reflex Print Solutions invests in Xerox 770

Staffordshire-based Reflex Print Solutions has replaced its Xerox 700 digital colour press with a Xerox 770 in an investment worth upwards of 60,000.

Océ and Manroland team up for digital newspaper production

Océ and Manroland Web Systems have teamed up to develop a digital printing and finishing system for newspaper and book production.

Amberley Labels invests in HP WS6600

Dorset-based Amberley Labels has invested "in excess of 750,000" in a seven-colour HP WS6600 digital label press.

Fujifilm to showcase Acuity LED 1600 at London Calling Rocks

Fujifilm will exhibit its Acuity LED 1600 digital printer at Duplo's London Calling Rocks at the O2 arena, this week (6 and 7 November).

Healeys invests in Heidelberg Linoprint C901

Ipswich-based Healeys Print Group has upgraded its Ricoh C651EX to a Heidelberg supplied Linoprint C901 digital colour printer.

Landa on track with Nanography commercialisation plans

Landa Digital Printing is "on schedule" with its quality and reliability roadmap and will deliver its first Nanography presses at the end of next year, according to chairman and chief executive Benny Landa.

Xerox highlights iGen sales amidst poor Q3 results

Xerox was keen to highlight double-digit growth in iGen colour press sales as a stagnant macro-economy and reduced government spending led to a drop in Q3 turnover and profits.

Memjet stakes out ambitions in commercial print

Memjet aims to increase the life of its high-speed Waterfall inkjet print heads in order to take advantage of "huge" opportunities in the commercial print market.

Peeling warns UK HP Indigo users to miss Dscoop at their peril

Gary Peeling, managing director of Precision Printing and incoming Dscoop EMEA chairman, has issued a rallying call to UK HP Indigo users to get behind the inaugural Dscoop EMEA event next month and drive growth at their business.

An interview with Kodak CEO Antonio Perez

Despite the challenge of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Kodak CEO Antonio Perez painted a fairly bright picture of the legendary Rochester, NY-based company's future, in an exclusive interview with PrintWeek ahead of GraphExpo.

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