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While not the best vintage, 2012 was still a decent year

For those that remember our first issue of 2012, which featured web offset job and capacity cuts, you could be forgiven for thinking that this year has ended almost exactly the same way it began - with very little to smile about in-between.

'Big two' is the new reality of the web offset landscape

Right. This. Really. Is. It. Surely we have now definitely reached the tipping point in the UK web offset market.

This year's Top 500 provides more reasons to be festive

John Lewis is tugging at the nation's heartstrings via another emotional rollercoaster of a TV campaign and the nation's high streets are festooned with brightly lit fire hazards that cause children to gape in awe and confused fear in equal measure.

The APG 'newco' will have a hard time losing the 'P' tag

It's hardly surprising that many people have cried 'foul!' - or more specifically, 'phoenix!' - on the news that Centrical Technologies has risen from the ashes of the failed Alderson Print Group (APG).

Drupa's reprieve should be received with sigh of relief

Drupa's decision to stick to its four-year cycle has massive ramifications for the UK industry. In short, if it had moved to a three-year cycle, it would have been disastrous for our home show Ipex.

Lenders must find a happy medium to help SMEs grow

I'm sure many of you won't be surprised to read that the majority of SMEs have had their overdraft facilities reduced in the past 12 months.

RDI reveals investment plan following awards triumph

Real Digital International (RDI) capped a year in which it posted record profits with a triumphant return to the PrintWeek Awards on Monday night.

Monday night showed just how rewarding print can be

There are times when, for all the right reasons, and in spite of some telling evidence to the contrary, things seem to be pretty good, actually, and Monday's PrintWeek Awards was the perfect example.

Ipex won't be fazed by talk of three-year Drupa cycle

The three-year Drupa of the 1970s was mooted several years ago during my time as chief executive of Picon.

No one wants Drupa switch, but everyone will play ball

Considering the fact that people have been talking about Drupa mulling a move to a three-year cycle in hushed tones for months, the ire it seems to have raised among exhibitors is surprising.

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