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Landor extends applications for Phototex to small format digital

Hot on the heels of its appearance on Channel Five's Gadget Show Landor has extended the applications of its Phototex products to include small format digital cutsheet and reel-fed machines.

WWF Germany's anti-printing PDF campaign exposes internal rifts

The 'save as WWF' campaign launched by WWF Germany this month has not only outraged the print and paper industries but, according to correspondence seen by PrintWeek, has caused a rift within the environmental organisation.

Cloud computing and paper characterisation discussed at Digtal Ad Lab

Digital Ad Lab's last quarterly meeting of 2010 featured a panel discussion on cloud computing and an update on the PPA paper characterisation initiative.

SCA fined over worker crushed by paper reel

Paper manufacturer SCA has been fined 120,000 after an employee at one of its UK sites was crushed by a two-tonne paper reel in an incident that left him paralysed from the waist down.

Printers brace for new year paper price rises

Printers will face more paper woes in the new year after Europe's mills proposed double-digit price hikes, including an increase of up to 50 per tonne for coated mechanical papers.

Analysis: Who will carry the cost of the CFP levy?

UK printers may have to pick up the bill for anti-dumping regulations, warns Helen Morris

Buyers' Guide: Gloss art papers

It may not be the trendiest stock, but when it comes to producing high-end magazines, you can't beat a bit of gloss, writes Noli Dinkovski

Post Script: Bog-standard toilet paper scrubs up well

The doom-mongers may whinge about the industry going down the pan, but now you can find out how to create paper art on the toilet thanks to a handy guide to origami illustrated using the humble loo roll.

Digital wallpaper is star of The Gadget Show thanks to Landor Phototex

Large-format print got its 15 minutes of fame last month when UK TV programme The Gadget Show featured digital wallpaper in a challenge to find the easiest way to decorate a house.

Securency owners seek sale as corruption probe leads to five UK arrests

The joint owners of secure film manufacturer Securency International are understood to be pursuing a sale of the company following allegations of corruption in its pursuit of international polymer banknote contracts.

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