Search Results

Found 24 results for .

Print may be a strong player but throughput could be better

On the face of it, current labour productivity levels in the UK are pretty dire to say the least. Last month’s Office of National Statistics (ONS) figures show that hourly output fell 0.5% in Q1 of this year, pushing productivity below levels recorded before the financial crash.

Could more gov’t spending aid print?

In his speech at the Conservative conference last week, chancellor Philip Hammond said he plans to treat investment spending differently to day-to-day spending. He is aiming to plough more into infrastructure, technology and innovation and said it was “common sense” to invest in supporting growth and jobs.

Post-Paperlinx advice for cash-strapped print companies

It’s a situation that is polarising industry opinion. Three months on from the administration of most of Paperlinx UK, we’re now at the stage where print companies that had 90 days’ credit with the merchant are being expected to cough up on their outstanding debts.

Will new service assist print’s Davids against Goliath clients?

Among measures on the EU referendum, housing, trade unions and immigration announced in the Queen’s Speech at the end of last month nestled The Small Business Conciliation Service, a proposed independent arbiter of payment disputes between large and small businesses. Few details are yet available, as the government is holding a consultation first, but the idea is it will help small businesses get paid without unduly upsetting their clients.

Has Creditsafe put printers’ ratings at risk?

During the past month, a quiet crisis has been spreading across the print industry, sparked over the August bank holiday weekend by an upgrade to corporate credit report provider Creditsafe’s ratings model.

© MA Business Limited 2021. Published by MA Business Limited, St Jude's Church, Dulwich Road, London, SE24 0PB, a company registered in England and Wales no. 06779864. MA Business is part of the Mark Allen Group .