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Print still key for Edinburgh Fringe despite volume reduction

Print “still has an important role to play” in the promotion of the Edinburgh Fringe according to the festival’s Fringe Society, despite its ongoing drive to reduce the volume of printed material produced for the event.

Record sales for Walstead at half-year amid 'maelstrom'

Walstead chairman Mark Scanlon believes insolvency “remains a real threat” for some competitors, but said his own group’s position was very different as the business announced its highest sales yet at the half-year.

Evans to step down as PCP MD

Precision Colour Printing managing director Alex Evans will step down next year, with a successor already appointed to take over as part of a phased transition.

US gov’t attempts to block Quad/LSC merger

US group Quad/Graphics said it intends to “vigorously defend” its proposed acquisition of rival LSC Communications, in response to a lawsuit from the US Department of Justice (DOJ) which is seeking to block the deal.

More Circle firms sold

Circle Media Group has sold its German printing operations to the same newly-formed company that acquired its Finnish gravure business two months ago.

Prinovis showcases web offset facility at VIP event

Prinovis UK has officially launched its new web offset printing capability with a VIP event attended by customers and potential customers, at which the company also unveiled a major sustainability initiative.

Unions meet over Circle Media

Union chiefs on the continent are holding a crisis meeting today following recent events at stricken web and gravure printer Circle Media Group. While former Roto Smeets CEO John Caris has told PrintWeek that the group's consolidation play came too late.

Circle Media: all print plants now failed or for sale

Circle Media Group has hit the buffers and appears likely to disappear from print altogether – its Austrian web offset business is the latest subsidiary to file for bankruptcy, while the rest of the group’s printing operations have been put up for sale.

Circle Media: Roto Smeets now bankrupt

Circle Media has described the new Dutch dismissal law as “unworkable” and a contributing factor in its decision to file for bankruptcy at its stricken Dutch printing businesses.

Bertelsmann to close Nuremberg site in BPG realignment

Bertelsmann plans to close its Nuremberg printing site by April 30 2021 in order to reduce the “massive overcapacity” in gravure printing.

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