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Celloglas applies heat-reactive ink to Computer Arts cover

Heat-reactive ink, which reveals hidden images when warmed, has been used to enhance the latest issue of Future Publishing’s graphic design magazine Computer Arts.

Output up but key concerns remain, in latest BPIF Outlook report

Printers have reported cautious optimism for Q3 in the BPIF's latest Printing Outlook study on the health of the industry.

Xerox launches first five-colour iGen

Xerox has launched its latest digital production colour cutsheet press, the iGen5, which features an expanded colour gamut with an optional fifth colour.

Agfa Graphics hires three graduate trainees

Agfa Graphics has recruited three graduate trainees to strengthen its sales teams in commercial print, inkjet and workflow.

Two Sides launches new range of fact sheets

Print and paper advocacy group Two Sides has launched a set of 11 European fact sheets to combat what it sees as environmental misconceptions of print and paper use.

BPIF offers graduate learners MSc management opportunity

The BPIF is working with the University of South Wales to offer learners on its Level 5 graduate management programme access to the university's MSc management course.

BPIF Outlook report highlights positive Q1 though concerns persist

The BPIF has released the latest data on the health of the industry, collated in its Printing Outlook survey. While output figures for Q1 2015 tallied with expectations, orders were up higher than predicted. The report also reported cautious optimism among printers for Q2.

Print contributes to UK industrial sector growth

The UK’s industrial output grew at its fastest rate for six months in March, with print contributing to the growth.

Two Sides initiative aims to stop 'go green - go paperless' claims

Some of the world's biggest corporate names continue to flout rules to gull consumers with deceptive claims that they should ditch paper for electronic communications, experts warn.

Communisis posts 27% sales growth and reveals new business win

Sales are up at Communisis for the fifth consecutive year and the group has secured a significant new financial services contract as it targets further growth in 2015.

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