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CWU threatens to boycott DSA mail

Bosses at the Communication Workers Union (CWU) have reiterated the union's threat to get postal workers to boycott mail from downstream access (DSA) providers ahead of a ballot in the New Year.

Howard Hunt installs eight Kodak Versamark DH9100s

Howard Hunt will install eight Kodak Versamark DH9100 printheads next month to wrap up a 3.5m spend that does not include the Kodak Prosper 5000XL installed in early 2011.

Blue Buffalo wins Bupa print tender contract

Print procurement consultancy Blue Buffalo has been awarded the contract to tender the print of UK healthcare giant Bupa, a long-standing client of print management company RR Donnelley GDS.

Renewed freeze on Royal Mail reversions announced

Royal Mail has announced a renewed freeze on reversion charges relating to envelope sealing issues just over a month after its initial six month moratorium ended on 17 September.

Vertis files for Chapter 11 as Quad/Graphics bids to buy assets

Quad/Graphics has announced a $258.5m (161m) bid for rival direct marketing business Vertis Holdings as the latter filed for Chapter 11 "to facilitate the intended sale".

DST kicks off multi-site upgrade with Kodak Prosper order

DST Output UK has embarked on a multimillion-pound equipment upgrade across its Bristol, Dagenham and Nottingham sites.

St Ives share price jumps on 2011/12 results

Shares in St Ives have risen by more than 17% in the past week, after the group announced better than expected results on Tuesday (2 October).

Alderson brothers: no phoenixes from APG

Ron and Peter Alderson have ruled out the possibility of a 'phoenix' of any of the group's insolvent print businesses, following speculation about a number of new companies connected to senior managers at the group.

Eclipse completes 4DM acquisition three years ahead of plan

Eclipse Colour has acquired the remaining shares of 4DM, completing the buyout of founders Charles Grant-Salmon and Les Ritchie it began in February 2011 with the purchase of an initial 10% stake.

Royal Mail sets out proposed changes to reversion charges

Royal Mail has outlined a series of proposals which it hopes will quell an industry backlash over its sudden increase in reversion charges.

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