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Tobacco firms consider options following UK plain packaging ruling

Tobacco firm JTI is considering an appeal in the Supreme Court after the Court of Appeal last week rejected an appeal against the implementation of plain packaging on tobacco packs.

Macfarlane Packaging launches 'dynamic' Innovation Lab

Macfarlane Packaging has invested £300,000 in an 'Innovation Lab' to help clients crack even the most demanding packaging challenges.

CAFRE invests in Mimaki packaging set-up

Food production students are honing their skills on food packaging after their college bought a Mimaki CF2 flatbed cutter and JV300-160 solvent printer.

Monotype launches cloud-based type service

Monotype has launched a cloud-based type service, Membership by Monotype, that grants access to more than 14,000 typefaces from the Monotype, Linotype, Ascender, Bitstream and ITC libraries.

Benson Group makes senior creative appointment

Benson Group has appointed Sam Clough to the new position of creative design studio manager.

Glossop Cartons teams with Nth Degree for AR packaging service

Glossop Cartons has launched an Augmented Reality (AR) service for its packaging customers after teaming up with Hertfordshire-based Nth Degree Imaging.

DSN Group snaps up Design Board International

Belgian pre-press and brand management company DSN Group has bought multinational packaging design consultant Design Board International for an undisclosed sum.

Debut design competition from Benson Group

Benson Group has launched its first student design competition, which will involve budding designers creating packaging for one of its clients.

Printed art celebrated at free UAL exhibition

A new exhibition showcasing print in all its forms, from 3D printing to magazine publishing, will be launched next week by the University of the Arts London.

PrintIT! judges select this year's winners

The winners have been chosen for this year's PrintIT! schools competition, which helps encourage young people to consider a career in print.

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