Search results for

Results 1 to 10 of about 82

Sort results by: Date | Relevance

Trelleborg Group to split business interests into five areas

Press consumables manufacturer Trelleborg is to split the group into five commerce areas from the start of 2013 to improve focus on its varied business interests.

Fujifilm expands Acuity Advance Select flatbed range

Fujifilm has expanded its Acuity Advance Select flatbed UV printer range with the addition of four- and six-colour models based on their counterparts in the Oc Arizona range.

BDT and HP sign £30m Tornado Technology deal

German OEM manufacturer BDT has signed a $50m (£30m) four-year deal to supply its Tornado paper transport technology for use in two of HP Indigo's new B2 digital presses.

Ghent Workgroup publishes cross media survey results

The Ghent Workgroup (GWG) cross media survey shows 75% of print jobs are now destined for electronic publication as well.

News Corp closes The Daily app

News Corp has announced that it will close its digital newspaper app, The Daily, which it launched for the iPad in February 2011.

Mimaki to boost support in EMEA region

Wide format manufacturer Mimaki aims to set up a dedicated EMEA support operation before next summer in response to huge demand in the wide format market.

Kodak secures $830m exit finance facility

Kodak said its lenders were demonstrating increased confidence in the company's future after they boosted its $793m interim and exit finance facility by $37m and established "improved" terms for repayment.

InnerWorkings predicts managed print growth in 2013

InnerWorkings CEO Eric Belcher has predicted growth for the company's managed print services in the year ahead as more large corporations look for a single vendor to handle their global brand and print management.

Speedmaster SX sales exceed expectations by a quarter

Heidelberg has exceeded its own expectations by selling over 1,000 Speedmaster SX units since the range's launch.

Drupa: 'the industry changed our minds'

Manufacturers and rival shows breathed a sigh of relief this week after Drupa bowed to industry pressure and stated that it would stick to its four-year cycle, following a meeting of its 20-strong committee last Friday (2 November).

Search filters:

By category

Global Iconremovefilter

By Date

2012 Iconremovefilter

Click on a filter below to refine your search.

Add Search Filters:

News type

More...

By Category

More...

Latest comments