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Former Prontaprint and Kall Kwik franchisees plan association

Around 70 former Prontaprint and Kall Kwik franchisees that broke away from parent company ODC following legal action over a lack of support are planning to set up their own association.

BPIF among organisations pushing for late payment improvements

A host of organisations have written to the government to call for a plan of action over late payment.

A bumpy ride for the industry: 2011's good and bad news

Perhaps the biggest news came late in 2011: the administration one of the world's largest press manufacturers. But this was not the only earth-shattering story covered by PrintWeek. We look back on the news - good and bad - that made 2011 one of the most tumultuous years in recent memory.

Paper-based packaging industry makes pledge over mineral oils

The European paper-based packaging industry is to phase out the use of printing inks based on mineral oils for food packaging, following last March's health scare.

Fourth Fespa Global Summit a success

Fespa's leadership event, Global Summit marked a successful completion of its fourth event with 152 delegates participating in the summit.

Manroland insolvency: where does the firm go from here?

Manroland's insolvency filing last week was the sad but inevitable result of its failure to find an adequate strategy to cope with the massive reduction in its core market from 2008. This included a 54% drop in sales, from 2.1bn in 2006 to just 976m in 2010, together with a 48% drop in incoming orders, from 1.9bn to 976m over that period.

Unite launches manufacturing strategy at annual conference

The Unite union has launched its strategy for helping to "revive and rebuild" the UK's manufacturing sector over the remainder of the decade.

St Bride's announces date for printers' Carol Service

The 2011 Christmas Carol Service for printers will be held at St Bride's Church on Tuesday 13 December at 6pm.

New UV LED association targets increased graphic arts adoption

A new trade body has been formed with the aim of promoting the use of UV LED curing technology in industries including the graphic arts.

Germany could teach the UK some very important lessons

Despite its relatively high labour costs, Germany is the world's largest goods exporter after China. Much of this success is attributed to the country's legion of small and medium-sized firms, known as the Mittelstand, that are renowned for their ability to innovate and generate growth.

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