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Chesapeake and MPS in merger deal

Chesapeake Services is to merge with Multi Packaging Solutions (MPS) creating a $1.4bn (£864m) global print-based speciality packaging giant.

Laser-cut cover forms typography tribute

German graphic magazine Novum used a range of techniques including laser die-cutting and foil laminating to create a cover that was "a tribute to typography" for its latest issue.

Kimber takes UK graphics lead after HP management rejig

HP has reshuffled its UK management team, with 12-year veteran Ian Kimber taking the reins from Nancy Janes as UK & Ireland (UK&I) country manager HP Indigo & Inkjet.

Westdale Press returns to Heidelberg for twin B1 press order

Westdale Press has reversed its high-profile order for a KBA Rapida 106, announced at last year's Drupa, and returned instead to incumbent supplier Heidelberg for two new 10-colour B1 perfectors.

Ocado rebrands customer magazine

Ocado has relaunched its customer magazine Ocado Life and renamed it Shop, with the first issue due to be distributed this week.

Virgin Media launches new customer magazine

Virgin Media has replaced Electric, its monthly customer magazine, with a new bi-monthly publication which will be sent to half a million of its customers.

Sky Magazine axed in favour of online and mobile comms

BSkyB has axed the print edition of Sky Magazine, the UK's largest magazine by circulation with an average readership of almost 7.3m, after scrapping plans to turn it into a quarterly publication.

PrintWeek Awards winners revealed

Close to 1,200 leading lights helped celebrate the best in UK print, at the PrintWeek Awards 2010.

Stationers debate finds print does have a future

More than 100 delegates took part in a debate on the future of print and paper this week agreeing that, while the industry does need structural change, it does have a bright future in partnership, not conflict, with digital media.

Chinese megasite aims to attract print buyers

A Chinese print company has opened a factory aimed at attracting international print buyers that will eventually employ as many as 20,000 workers.

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