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Mercian Labels merges with subsidiary AC Labels

Mercian Labels has announced the merger of its subsidiary AC Labels into its main business, with effect from the new year.

RPC Group buys Promens in €386m deal

RPC, the UK-based plastic packaging supplier, has announced the €386m (£306m) acquisition of Iceland-based Promens Group.

Heidelberg launches first packaging post-press products since Masterwork deal

Heidelberg unveiled a new die-cutter and two new additions to its Diana folder-gluer range at its two-day Packaging Days open house in Wiesloch-Walldorf this week.

GPI installs UK's first 18,000sph Speedmaster XL 145

Graphic Packaging International (GPI) is currently commissioning the UK's first 18,000sph Speedmaster XL 145 at its Leeds carton printing site.

Welcome to the 2014 Packaging & labels report

Print for packaging proved to be one of the most resilient sectors in the recent downturn, with many exponents reporting significant growth at a time when their marcomms peers were battling to keep their heads above water.

Macfarlane Group announces £7.5m Network Packaging acquisition

Macfarlane Group has completed the acquisition of Network Packaging for a maximum consideration of £7.5m and announced a £3m capital raise to support future acquisitions.

East Riding Sacks invests in new Bobst CI flexo press

North Yorkshire-based East Riding Sacks (ERS) has ordered a new Bobst F&K 20SIX CS eight-colour CI flexo press to be installed early next year.

Kingston Carton continues 'future proof' spend with twin Bobst install

Kingston Carton is researching the final element of a major equipment overhaul that has already seen it invest £5m in plant and machinery in the past three years, including two new Bobst machines installed earlier this year.

Greenwoods Stock Boxes invests in new Goldline 1300

Greenwoods Stock Boxes has installed a new Goldline 1300 to take smaller-format work off of its existing large-format clamshell platen, alleviating concerns over operator safety.

Frip Finishing warns of SIP fraud risk after falling victim to £35k hack

Frip Finishing has issued a warning to print and packaging companies of the dangers of having a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) telephone connection after falling victim to a £35,000 SIP Trunk fraud.

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