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EFI launches latest Fiery

EFI has launched a new Fiery digital front end (DFE) platform and updated the market on its ongoing financial review.

Mimaki doubles production and targets 3D market

As it celebrates 40 years in business Mimaki is doubling production with a new 84,000sqm factory in Japan.

Landa secures €100m investment and updates press roll out plan

Landa Digital Printing has received a €100m (£80m) investment from specialty chemicals company Altana, which will be used to complete the commercialisation of the firm’s nanographic presses.

Metsa sets price rise at 45 per tonne

Metsa Board has finalised its proposed price changes to its uncoated fine papers, with an introduction date set for April.

Sappi unveils second price hike of 2013

Sappi is to increase prices for the second time in three months with a five to seven per cent increase to be implemented across its coated fine paper grades from April.

June looks set to be the month of the hard sells

It's hard to imagine a combination of words that is likely to cause hearts in the web offset community to sink as fast as 'web-offset' and 'supersite' - except, perhaps for 'paper', 'price' and 'increases', of course.

Brazilian deal boosts sales for Goss

Web offset manufacturer Goss has sealed a number of valuable deals at Drupa, including the first installation of its Sunday 3000 press in Brazil to commercial printer Posigraf.

Buyers' guide: finance & insurance

It's never been harder for printers to get finance. If your business is well established, profitable, strong and liquid then you might have an outside chance. But few companies can tick all of those boxes at the moment thanks to the continuing 'perfect storm' of factors.

Finance and Insurance

This summers floods left many printers breathing a sigh of relief that they had properly insured their factories. At Pindar Graphics Tewkesbury plant one of its units suffered at the hands of the rising tides and narrowly missed a power outage and Newbury-based PCP (UK) had to shut down for several hours while staff battled to keep water out of the factory. According to the Association of British Insurers, the floods have cost UK insurers an estimated 3bn.

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