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Dennis reproduces Arctic map for Antarctic team

Laura Gerrish, mapping specialist at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), knows better than most that our polar icecaps are changing at a rapid rate that printed maps cannot keep up with.

Killer app: Boxmart’s perfect pack for a brewer on the move

Welsh brewery Tiny Rebel is well on its way to becoming a giant among giants in the craft beer market, after being established with the unveiling of its first two beers at the Commercial pub in Pontymister in 2012.

Killer app: Allan & Bertram wins four golds at calendar awards

You can’t feasibly print “the world’s finest calendars” without the credentials to back it up.

Killer app: Bishops is on the ball with top-scoring programme

Brighton & Hove Albion may not be troubling the upper reaches of the Premier League, but its programme has run away with the cup in Programme Monthly’s Programme of the Season award for 2017/18.

A+B’s Epic calendar really brings landscapes to life

Cuffley, Hertfordshire-based Allan+Bertram is no stranger to making luxury calendars, it’s what it does best, but this year the £3m-turnover outfit teamed up with acclaimed Dorset-based photographer Guy Edwardes to produce two magical calendars for the B2B market: Epic 2017 and View 2017.

Printer marries vibrant colour with metallic paper

Print North East has produced a wedding brochure for Newcastle’s Vermont Hotel, designed to replicate its luxurious surroundings and represent the high quality of its wedding events offering.

Killer app: Taylor Bloxham helps re-inter Richard’s royal remains

King Richard III’s remains were famously discovered under a council car park in Leicester in 2012. His historic reburial took place at Leicester Cathedral last month and a number of local businesses, including the Taylor Bloxham Group, supported the King Richard III Appeal by taking part in various events held to mark the occasion.

Killer app: APS Group works its print magic for animal calendar

Each year the BBC’s Countryfile raises money for the Children in Need charity with a calendar that highlights the best of UK amateur nature photography.

Killer app: Ryedale Group hailed for printed sensor technology

Not so long ago, the idea of printing an electronic circuit would have sounded highly futuristic and sci-fi. But the future, say printed electronics experts, is now here. One exciting recent example hails from North Yorkshire’s The Ryedale Group, which won this month’s inaugural Stationers’ Company Innovation Excellence Awards.

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