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Are print’s brokers an endangered species?

There is a perception in some quarters of the print industry that the battle with print management – that bogeyman of the printer – has now been won and those operators that once drove prices down to the cost of the innocent printer are now on the road to extinction.

Communisis confirms HP T-series order as LBG contract commences

Communisis has installed the first of two new HP T400 presses at the former Lloyds Banking Group print site in Copley following the official start of the 10-year outsourcing contract on 1 October 2013.

Cameron announces late payment consultation

A consultation to tackle the problem of late payments to small businesses will launch later this year, following criticism of the Prompt Payment Code.

Communisis director Singh leaves in reshuffle

Communisis group business development director Gurdev Singh has left the company amid a reshuffle of its senior sales staff.

HH Global awarded Pirelli calendar project for the third time

HH Global and Grafiche Antiga are to manage and print the 50th edition of the iconic Pirelli calendar - the first time the same supplier and producer have been awarded the project on three successive years.

Buoyant Communisis makes profitable progress

Operating profits at Communisis have jumped 19% to 5.1m at the half-year, as new contract wins and overseas expansion helped fuel a successful period for the group.

Communisis wins huge deal with bank

Communisis will effectively double the size of its transactional printing business as part of a deal to take over the in-house print operations of Lloyds TSB.

Mosaic launches POP division with Bezier chiefs

Two former leaders at Bezier have joined the Mosaic Group to head up a new division to offer point-of-purchase services including retail display, digital and field marketing.

CDS retains Sutton council contract through government framework

Communications firm Corporate Document Services (CDS) has won the reprographics, digital print and print management contract for the London Borough of Sutton for the third time.

InnerWorkings warns of drop in 2013 earnings

Chicago-based managed print services provider InnerWorkings said the recent loss of one major client has caused it to lower it 2013 revenue forecast by $30m to $900-930m (from $930-960m) while profits for the 12-month period are expected to fall by as much as 22%.

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