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New year predictions: Martin Woolley, The Specialist Works

Chief executive Martin Woolley, who led a management buyout of independent media agency The Specialist Works this summer, believes printers and print managers need to form a closer bond with their clients in 2019 to encourage loyalty.

Focus on the present

Not, in this case, Christmas presents. We should all make the effort to champion what 21st century print production can do, says Jo Francis.

Q&A: Graham Prichard, print manager, National Trust

“Too old to rock and roll too young to die!” Graham hit 60 this year and retires on 21 December after 41 years in the industry. Retirement will mean spending time at home with his wife of 38 years, Rachel, plus “really getting to learn how to play the three guitars I now own, plus perhaps getting my golf handicap into single figures.”

25 years of digital

Jo Francis muses on 25 years of ever-more-sophisticated digital printing technology.

Prolog meets Christmas rush as admins court buyers

Administrators at Promotional Logistics have reported a high level of interest in the business, which continues to trade while a buyer is sought.

New MD at Service Graphics

Service Graphics has appointed a business transformation expert as the firm’s new managing director, with plans in place to “realise the full potential” of the business including investment in new equipment and premises.

Communisis now under new ownership

OSG's takeover of Communisis has completed, and the PLC has been de-listed from the stock market.

DS Smith looking to sell plastics division as revenue and profit jumps

DS Smith has revealed it is considering the sale of its plastics division alongside a positive set of half-year results.

Stora Enso considering 500 temporary layoffs at Oulu

Stora Enso could make up to 500 temporary layoffs at its Oulu paper mill in Finland as it looks to reduce production in response to weak market conditions for woodfree papers.

LumeJet Print Technologies enters liquidation

LumeJet Print Technologies (LPT) has gone into liquidation, three years after it was established after the original LumeJet business went into administration.

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