22 May 2009
| by Darryl Danielli
Darryl Danielli tracks down the solutions to your technical troubles
31 March 2009
St Ives's half-year pre-tax profits have fallen by almost two thirds even though sales increased 5% year on year, according to figures released this morning.
09 April 2008
| by Josh Brooks
Print management firm HH Associates has tied up a 10m deal to supply point-of-sale (PoS) material to one of the worlds biggest petrol firms.
08 April 2008
| by Tom Hall
Havelock Europa, the interior and point of sale (POS) group, has announced another year of financial progress and announced further machinery investment plans.
25 March 2008
| by Tim Sheahan
Agfa has unveiled a trio of new additions to its Anapurna portfolio of wide-format inkjet presses, including the XLS, the Mv and an M4f model, all of which will debut at this year's Drupa.
05 December 2007
Our roll-to-roll large-format digital machine could produce point-of-sale and promotional material, but only up to a point. Laminating, mounting and varnishing were time-consuming and pushed up labour and materials costs.
18 April 2007
| by Josh Brooks
Bezier, the in-store marketing group, has dropped plans to acquire a large-format litho printer after deciding to invest 3m in its own wide-format KBA press.
12 April 2007
| by Philip Chadwick
Trying to get into the mind of a shopper and understand what makes them tick may sound like an area best left to psychologists. But SMP Group reckons its exactly the kind of area it should be getting into if the firm is to add value to its print.
14 March 2007
| by Helen Morris
Leeds-based display printer XPO Innovate is hoping to improve the green credentials of large-format print by testing a prototype point-of-sale (PoS) substrate made entirely of recyclable plastics.