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Pinpoint-accurate print cuts through the digital noise: the power of DM

The strength of printed marketing collateral is in its ability to target a very specific audience and make them take notice, unlike so many digital rivals

Alderson creditors owed over 5m following collapse

Unsecured creditors of the five operating companies of Alderson Print Group (APG) were owed a combined 5.1m at the time of their administration, according to the creditors report.

John Dickinson full workforce in consultation

Staff at envelope manufacturer John Dickinson are facing potential job losses after they were told on Friday that the plant may close due to declining demand.

Pitney Bowes targets small firms with DM220 franking range

Pitney Bowes has launched its DM220 range of franking machines for small business users and e-shopping firms.

We've listened to clients to ensure we improve services

Royal Mail is working very hard to improve its efficiency to ensure we provide the service levels that our customers expect at the right prices. We face a number of challenges, including declining mail volumes, and we need to operate as effectively as possible for the benefit of all of our customers.

Royal Mail surcharges temporarily halted by DMA pressure

A bitter dispute between mailing houses and Royal Mail, over a sudden increase in reversion surcharges for envelopes that don't adhere to the latter's specification requirements, has ground to a temporary halt following intervention by the DMA.

Falkirk Council completes investment with Perfecta guillotine

Printworks, Falkirk Council's print facility, has installed a Perfecta 76 HTVC guillotine as the final part of its 460,000 long-term investment project.

New ELMA boss to take on digital

Mark Davies, the new president of the European Letterbox Marketing Association (ELMA) plans to promote the effectiveness of door-drop media in the face of increasing digital competition.

Anton Group in 14m Heidelberg buy

Heidelberg has unveiled the next generation of its flagship XL range, the Speedmaster XL 106, with one of the first machines slated for installation at Anton Group as part of a 14m, three-press deal the firm is set to sign at Drupa.

Choice will bring savings and innovative services

Independent research and the Hooper reports into the postal market commissioned by the government have concluded that competition has already had a positive impact for most postal users. Simply by offering choice and the potential for cost savings, it has helped to keep companies using mail and helped to slow the decline in mail volumes. It has also forced Royal Mail to become more customer focused and has led to major reviews of its product range and pricing policies.

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