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Link Mailing in liquidation

Coventry-based Link Mailing has been placed in voluntary liquidation following a meeting with company members and appointed liquidators.

'Brextension' breathing space: industry reacts

Printing industry business leaders have reacted with relief after the threat of a no deal Brexit taking place tomorrow was averted, but remain despairing that uncertainty is set to continue with politicians still seemingly no closer to finalising a concrete solution to the Brexit conundrum.

You may need some front to secure enough backers

“It’s hands down the worst thing I’ve ever done. I don’t really get stressed out, but this was a great cause of anxiety. Don’t get me wrong it was exciting too...”

Royal Mail UKPIL revenue hit by letters decline

A sharp drop in volumes of addressed letters has seen revenue at Royal Mail’s UK parcels, international and letters (UKPIL) business decline in a nine-month trading update.

Industry firms make Top Track list

Five printing industry firms made it onto this year’s Sunday Times Top Track 250 ranking, with four of the companies featured being new entrants to the 2018 list.

Asset audits will help keep books in order

Every business has assets. From land and buildings, to equipment, goodwill, brands and intellectual property (IP), there is value in everything. But the question for the businessman on Clapham omnibus is how to understand the true value of those assets?

Former franchisees rebuild family ties after independence

Kall Kwik and Prontaprint used to be two of the biggest names in the UK high-street print market. At their peak, the two businesses ran a combined total of around 550 outlets in towns up and down the UK.

Kodak pension scheme heading towards PPF

Kodak’s former pension scheme could become the latest industry scheme to end up in the Pension Protection Fund, and the Kodak Alaris business could be sold as a result.

Wood shortages limit Stora Enso's Q2 growth

Stora Enso's share price fell by 10% this morning on the publication of Q2 results that failed to live up to expectations.

InnerWorkings facing new legal action

InnerWorkings, the US-based print management and marketing giant that has a UK subsidiary, is facing legal action from investors once again over alleged financial misreporting.

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