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Toner specialist turns on to inkjet

It’s all change at Xeikon. As of next month the Belgian digital press manufacturer will have a new chief executive. And as of last month this long-time exponent of the merits of toner-based print technology has a shiny new inkjet label press. Yes, that’s right. Inkjet.

Serial phoenixers give us all a bad rep

The print industry, like many others with room for consolidation, has a bustling M&A market, which in an ideal world would be characterised by honest, straightforward transactions where jobs are saved and credit lines secured.

The steely logic behind tree hugging

An oft-repeated Trumpism that, until two weeks ago, was one of a litter of reasons why the toupéed former reality star should not become the 45th US President was his widely reported theory that climate change is a hoax perpetuated by the Chinese.

Government raises concerns on position of migrant workers in UK

It was one step too far from a government that is becoming too well-versed in u-turns. Newly-appointed home secretary Amber Rudd, in her speech to the Conservative Party Conference at the start of October, sounded out the idea of employing an international worker name-and-shame policy for large businesses, forcing them to regularly publish details of the foreign workers on their payroll.

Touching the future today

It was Drupa 4.0, we were touching the future, and from 10 o’clock onwards on day one the buzz from Düsseldorf’s Messe was palpable. “Drupaaaaa, is in town agaaaaain” blared round the 17 halls, and print enthusiasts from around 190 countries knew that once again they were home.

Cimpress seeks advantages of scale

When Cimpress hit the acquisition trail again last month, buying European rivals Exaprint and Druck.at, some may have dismissed it as an attempt to accelerate its EU growth.

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