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Star product: Screen Truepress Jet520HD

The latest addition to the Truepress Jet520 range, the Jet520HD is designed for high-quality colour direct mail, brochure and book printing.

GI Solutions Group eyes further acquisitions following management changes

GI Solutions Group has restructured its senior management as it targets further bolt-on acquisitions in 2015.

GI Solutions acquires Cognesia web analytics business

GI Solutions has acquired a majority stake in London-based web analytics business Cognesia for an undisclosed sum.

Q&A: Jameson Smith, founder and director, Assembly Direct Mail

Jameson, 42, has been in the print business for 24 years. Since 2004 he has built Colchester-based Assembly Direct Mail up to provide a range of services including litho/digital printing and finishing, using a range of kit with the most recent addition to its fleet being a Xerox Nuvera 144 EA.

Interview: 'We have the opportunity to create something special’

A little under three months ago former DST Output executive vice-president Yolanda Noble made a surprise return to the industry by buying £4m-turnover Kent-based direct mail business Print Logic out of administration in a joint venture with Millnet – a London-based, £10m-turnover electronic discovery and document management services company.

Kingsdown becomes first UK printer to gain new ISO 27001:2013 standard

Bristol-based printer Kingsdown Printing claims to have become the first company in the UK to gain certification to the newest ISO 27001 standard, ISO 27001:2013.

Star product: Delphax elan

A high-output SRA2 sheetfed printer that undercuts B2 rivals.

Interview: ‘Sell the big idea and then work out how to produce it’

It’s fair to say that Inc Direct isn’t your traditional print business. In fact, according to chief executive Noel Warner, it’s not a print business at all, traditional or otherwise, and to be fair, he’s probably right.

60-seconds with: Pepper Communications

Pepper was set up 31 years ago by Steve Whitford, father of current managing director Jude Whitford, who runs the firm with his two brothers. From a single press in a council starter unit, Pepper has grown into a £5m turnover below-the-line marketing support services specialist.

Overmatter: Googly hats

We’ve had [letterpress] printers and their cats, now, thanks to Google we have printers in hats.

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