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Kern releases its smallest self-mailer

Kern's desktop self-mailer, the Kern Office, launched at the beginning of this month and is the mailing solutions provider's smallest white paper solutions machine.

Talking Print to show audio and video DM at TFM&A

Audio and video embedded print specialists Talking Print will be showcasing its range of marketing solutions at this week's Technology for Marketing and Advertising 2013 event (TFM&A).

Xerox bridges gap from cut-sheet to continuous with Color 8250

Xerox previewed a cut-sheet colour press at Hunkeler Innovationdays last week, in addition to a new member of the CiPress range.

Lucrative contract wins prompt Document Outsourcing expansion

Document Outsourcing has doubled the size of its Warrington facility to make way for new digital presses, following recent contract wins, and is planning a third site as it targets 30m turnover by 2015.

USPS move to end Saturday delivery leaves direct mail sector in limbo

This week's US Postal Service announcement that it is ending Saturday mail delivery - without the direct OK of Congress - leaves direct mail and commercial printing industries in limbo.

Xerox in twin colour press launch

Xerox has announced two new digital print engines aimed at in-plants, high street and commercial printers producing jobs ranging from photobooks and brochures to DM and catalogues.

Communisis in 2012 overseas revenue boost

Communisis has put a figure on its overseas growth in 2012 in a brief preview of its full year results.

Toof merges with American Digital

Two Memphis-area printers, Toof Commercial Printing and American Digital, have merged with the intention of taking advantage of the city's role as a packaging/cargo hub.

Potts Print cashes in on post press spend with Barclays scheme

Printing, packaging and direct mail company Potts Print has invested in two new pieces of kit with the help of a Barclays cashback loan scheme.

Police suspect arson in Leicestershire print fire

Leicestershire police are treating a fire that destroyed Arden Direct Marketing's 19th century factory in Barwell last week as "suspicious".

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