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Screen - eight questions for '08

This year has been another rollercoaster ride for the industry. While the printweek.com editorial team takes a (well-earned) break over the Christmas season, we've turned to the great and the good of UK print and asked what we can expect from the year to come. Here's the forecast from Screen UK managing director Brian Filler.

Crucial Colour buys in Speedmaster to open new markets

Crucial Colour is aiming to broaden its remit and enter new markets after investing in a six-colour Heidelberg Speedmaster.

Hickling & Squires plumps for 10-colour Heidelberg perfector

Hickling & Squires has upgraded its perfecting capacity after investing in a 10-colour Heidelberg Speedmaster.

Trinity steals a march on tabloid rivals as full-colour Mirror goes live

Trinity Mirror has claimed a win in the race to full-colour among the red-top tabloids as its press installation programme leapt ahead of schedule.

Heidelberg reveals pre-Drupa release for perfecting XL 105

Heidelberg has confirmed a long-perfecting version of its XL 105 flagship B1 press will be available for some customers before Drupa.

BGP focuses on long-term deals as build begins at Bicester site

Benhamgoodheadprint (BGP) has vowed not to repeat the mistakes of its past as work began on its new 25m Bicester web-offset supersite last week.

UV drying could be an option

UV drying could become a viable alternative to heatset drying for newspaper printers looking to expand out of coldset printing, according to a report from PrintCity to be released early next year.

MAN plots plate-change revolution with robots

Robotics are to be incorporated into printing presses for the first time in an initiative by MAN Roland that will cut makeready times on newspaper presses to just two and a half minutes.

I swear by my... Printmaster PM 52-5

I like the philosophy behind Heidelbergs Printmaster PM 52. It lets us determine how much atomicity is used and helps us to uncover exactly what will make a difference to us and our customers.

PPG boosts its eco credentials with purchase of KBA Rapida

B1 printer Polar Print Group (PPG) has invested 3m on two new KBA Rapida 105 presses which the firm be-lieves will be the worlds first carbon-neutral machines.

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