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Covid-19: Printweek matchmaking service

We’re sharing details here of UK printing companies with mothballed or spare capacity due to the virus crisis, and where this capacity could be used by others for the production of other essential or in-demand printed materials.

PPM fabricates a fancy fake facade for an iconic edifice

On the north bank of the Thames, just east of Waterloo Bridge, the iconic Neoclassical facade of Somerset House is instantly recognisable. And while the Grade I listed building is currently undergoing some restoration work, the building has been adorned with an ultra-realistic building wrap that covers the scaffolding structures and construction work taking place underneath.

Me & My: DYSS X7-1624

Outsourcing usually works fine until the volume grows and you start to add up the costs. In a world of instant turnaround, it can add time to a job too.

Me & My: Lynx Felix Combo

On the face of it, corrugated boxes and corrugated display units are pretty much the same thing. Both often need printing of some sort, then cutting, creasing, folding, and gluing to assemble them. However, the end uses are different and so are customers’ needs and expectations.

Milestones in inkjet

Of all the different print technologies currently in use, inkjet is probably the most interesting for its sheer versatility, working across documents and wide-format, labels and packaging and even 3D printing. The technology has evolved gradually over several decades and in this story we chart some of the major milestones.

Tax-savvy property management

There’s an oft used phrase among those in the accountancy profession: that no one should ‘let the tax tail wag the investment dog’, meaning, investment decisions shouldn’t be made solely for tax reasons.

An app-titude for learning

If you are not invested in personal learning and development, then we probably aren’t the right company for you. That’s what I always say to people who are hoping to work with us,” states Fastsigns UK managing director, John Davies.

Building a viable business out of a Bedroom Project

When Ed Snelson ran a printed clothing business as part of a year-long Young Enterprise project at school it sparked the beginnings of an idea that years later would evolve to see the now 28-year old heading a £1.4m-turnover print business with a 16-strong workforce.

Printers play it cool for festival fever

While many of us will be looking at the summer through the office or factory window, certain members of the printer fraternity are lucky enough to be spending it attending the long list of amazing music, arts and film festivals the UK offers, delivering a much in demand print service.

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