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RR Donnelley in $1.75bn refinance

RR Donnelley, the world's largest printer, has signed up to a new $1.75bn (1.13bn) revolving credit agreement with a group of lenders that includes Bank of America, Citibank, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, and Wells Fargo.

Mailcom (UK) in administration as OTM takes on some staff and assets

Mailcom (UK) has gone into administration with FRP Advisory, with Leicester-based transactional mailer Opus Trust Marketing (OTM) purchasing part of the Milton Keynes-based company's business.Mailcom (UK) is not associated with franking machine business Mailcoms.

De La Rue appoints new chief executive

De La Rue has appointed former Chloride Group chief executive Tim Cobbold to its vacant chief executive post, with effect from 1 January 2011.

Landor extends applications for Phototex to small format digital

Hot on the heels of its appearance on Channel Five's Gadget Show Landor has extended the applications of its Phototex products to include small format digital cutsheet and reel-fed machines.

Mutoh extends UV and textile applications with new products

Mutoh has bolstered its range of printers and cutters to broaden the range of flexible substrate and textile applications addressed.

Precision appoints Nash for digital sales push

Precision Printing has appointed a sales director to spearhead the development of its digital trade printing and private label production using its Oneflow software platform.

DM rallies to fight Royal Mail price hikes

DM printers are rallying support to fight Royal Mail's proposed price hikes, ahead of the 7 January 2011 deadline for Postcomm's consultation, and have called on all mailing houses to gather evidence of the catastrophic impact the rises will have on mailing volumes.

Image creation and hard work extend Honeycomb's landscape in Bengaluru

Deepika Arwind understands what it takes to win the PrintWeek India's Creative Repro Company of the Year

SME printers to benefit from Localism Bill

SME printers are set to benefit from lower business rates following the publication of the government's Localism Bill yesterday (13 December).

Domino hails "successful" 2010 as profit almost doubles

Domino Printing Sciences has cited an increase in customer's capital expenditure coupled with the launch of new inkjet products for a 17% increase in sales for the year ending 31 October 2010.

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