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New Year predictions - Print & Procurement's Matthew Parker

Matthew Parker, director, Print & Procurement

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.

Technology hasn't yet wiped print off the map: digital versus print maps

Digital innovations have threatened the A-Z, which seems unwieldy in comparison, but print's tactile qualities may save the day once again

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).

It's only fair that those who break the rules foot the bill

It is recognised that good health and safety is good business, but some firms may seek to gain a short-term competitive advantage by cutting corners and putting workers and the public at risk.

Print industry takes a stand against tobacco packaging legislation

Lobbying has postponed a consultation on proposals to introduce plain tobacco packaging. Printers say it's essential to keep fighting to save jobs

A modern-day Gutenberg? We look at Benny Landa's latest technology

Dubbed as the print industry's Steve Jobs, or a modern-day Gutenberg, Benny Landa certainly knows how to create a buzz. His radical new digital printing method based on tiny particles became a huge talking point at Drupa, where he took the wraps off one of the industry's best-kept secrets: a whole new kind of printing.

Vocal opposition likely to scupper most of Beecroft's ideas

The report on employment law produced by venture capitalist Adrian Beecroft for the government last week has polarised opinion and, due to the ensuing furore, its proposals are unlikely to be adopted wholesale any time soon. However, the government may attempt to implement some of the proposals independently, with many people suggesting that 'compensated no-fault dismissal' is a likely option.

GrowthAccelerator is worth a try, in spite of misgivings

There's little doubt that many SME print bosses are crying out for support, simply because all too often they have to be the managing, finance, HR, production and marketing director rolled into one.

CPI blasts governmental red tape on corrugated sector

CPI director general David Workman is calling for a five-year moratorium on government regulations across the paper industry.

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