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DLRT achieves tough quality standard

Secure printing firm DLRT has successfully been re-accredited with the ISO 9001:2015 standard for the fourth time.

For the right buyers, quality still sells

Does quality and innovation count in print anymore, or do you have to be focused on driving up efficiencies and driving down the cost per sheet to run a successful business?

Overmatter: tie fighters

Overmatter is very well aware that this industry scrubs up very nicely, very nicely indeed, and there is of course no better opportunity to show off a bit of finery than at the PrintWeek Awards.

You can’t put a price on the value of good relations

Price has long been king for print buyers and brand owners, particularly in recent years with budgets being squeezed to the limit. And with some printers falling over each other to offer the lowest price they can to secure work, many buyers do not have to look far for a competitive quote.

Rapidity takes on Tapestry print wing

Rapidity has bought the print arm of London-based media production agency Tapestry to move into the high-end photographic display market.

Innovia Group completes Cellophane sale

Innovia has finalised the sale of its UK and US Cellophane and Natureflex food packaging business as it focuses on polymer production for the UK’s new banknotes.

Pollard Boxes acquires Clarke Rubicon after 24-year wait

Leicester-based rigid box specialist Pollard Boxes has bought local rival Clarke Rubicon.

Major UK weekly moves to European printer

Following the closure of Polestar’s gravure site in Sheffield, a major publisher has moved its weekly magazine title to Belgium, while others still seek permanent solutions.

Parkside appoints new UK ops director amid ongoing investments

Coventry-based packaging manufacturer Parkside has named former Trinity Mirror and News International manager Alex Henderson as operations director to oversee ambitious expansion and investment plans.

Tangent shares fall to new low on trading update

Shares at Tangent Communications have fallen to a 52-week low after the firm axed its final dividend and warned on profits for the full year.

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