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Domino maintains cautious outlook in final results

Domino has maintained its cautious outlook for 2015 as it posted single-digit percentage increases in turnover and underlying pre-tax profit in its 2014 year-end results.

Superfast Labels installs second Epson SurePress

Superfast Labels has installed a second Epson SurePress as part of a £280,000 investment in its growing short-run digital label printing operation.

Doveton Press invests £1.3m to maximise efficiency

Doveton Press has invested £1.3m in a site extension, Tharstern MIS, and new print and finishing equipment including a Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 75-4+L, as it looks to maximise efficiency at its Bristol factory.

Me & my: Tri-ang Lionel Gutenberg Printing Press

Half a century ago a lucky child might get a real working model printing press in his or her Christmas stocking. Not the famous John Bull rubber stamp set, this was an authentic-looking plastic and metal kit of a Gutenberg standard press, standing 240mm high, that both looked the part and would actually print. ‘Build it... It’s Authentic... It Works...’ said the slogan on the beautifully presented gold card and clear plastic box.

Delphax adds Harlequin RIP to Elan 500

Delphax Technologies has renewed a long-standing relationship with Global Graphics by adopting the Harlequin Host Renderer (HHR) RIP for its next-generation Memjet-powered products.

Landa beefs up EMEA sales with ex-HP Indigo hire

Landa Digital Printing has recruited Marc Schillemans to the new role of EMEA vice president of sales as it gears up for the first beta installs of its S10 nanographic printing press next year.

First mechanised press takes Times to the next level

We live in a high-tempo world that demands information in volume and delivered at speed. And to satisfy the public’s insatiable appetite for news, over the years manufacturers have developed newspaper presses capable of producing dozens of copies per second.

‘New’ 700 is logical launch for Langley

This month, Manroland Sheetfed passed perhaps the last significant milestone in its reinvention post its 2012 insolvency and acquisition by Langley Holdings: it launched a new press. Quite how ‘new’ a press is debatable given that this is the latest incarnation of the Roland 700 series, which had its debut way back at Drupa 1990, but more on that later.

Langley Holdings to acquire DruckChemie

Manroland Sheetfed-owner Langley Holdings is set to acquire the German print chemicals group DruckChemie out of administration.

Falling order intake takes shine off KBA's latest results

KBA has posted significant increases in sales, operating profit and pre-tax earnings in its results for the nine months to 30 September 2014.

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