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Trade creditors approve Paperchase CVA proposal

Numerous industry names are among the list of creditors that voted in favour of stationery retailer Paperchase’s proposed company voluntary arrangement (CVA).

Antalis sales and profits slip

Paper merchanting group Antalis has posted its year-end results, with a perfect storm of Brexit uncertainty, currency fluctuations and declining paper volumes heavily impacting profitability.

BPIF Outlook reports muted growth in Q4 with no seasonal boost

The BPIF has released its latest Printing Outlook study of the health of the industry, reporting muted growth in Q4 without the usual seasonal boost.

Xerox kicks rumoured merger into touch

Xerox appears to have dismissed a possible merger with RR Donnelley, the world’s largest print group.

BPIF Outlook reports positive Q4 and Q1 confidence

The BPIF has released its latest Printing Outlook study of the health of the industry, highlighting that output and orders exceeded expectations in Q4 2015 and there is a positive forecast for Q1 2016 as some confidence returns.

Output up but key concerns remain, in latest BPIF Outlook report

Printers have reported cautious optimism for Q3 in the BPIF's latest Printing Outlook study on the health of the industry.

BPIF Outlook report highlights positive Q1 though concerns persist

The BPIF has released the latest data on the health of the industry, collated in its Printing Outlook survey. While output figures for Q1 2015 tallied with expectations, orders were up higher than predicted. The report also reported cautious optimism among printers for Q2.

BPIF Outlook reports positive Q4 though concerns remain

The BPIF has released its latest Printing Outlook study of the health of the industry, highlighting that while orders in the fourth quarter of 2014 experienced a strong improvement over Q3, optimism among printers for the first quarter of 2015 is more cautious.

Roland launches wide-format rental scheme

Roland DG UK has launched an equipment rental programme that will allow SMEs, start-ups and other businesses to move into wide-format printing by renting a device for a one, two or three year period.

Kodak reorganisation gets go-ahead

Kodak is set to emerge from Chapter 11 on 3 September after the US Bankruptcy Court approved its reorganisation plan.

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