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ProCo wins variable campaign following StitchLiner install

Sheffield-based ProCo has invested in a Horizon StitchLiner to secure a deal to produce fully personalized printed medical insurance booklets, which it said wouldn't have been achievable with its existing Muller kit.

Star product - Smyth F1088 book sewing machine

Those needing to stitch really big books won't find many options available, but this machine should fit the bill

GPS invests over £1m to bring binding in-house

GPS Colour Graphics has invested in excess of £1m in a new Heidelberg Eurobind Pro 19 clamp perfect binder and a Muller Martini Ventura MC sewing machine.

The Printroom in UK first with Horizon

Liverpool-based commercial printer The Printroom has invested in the UK's first Horizon StitchLiner 6000.

Britain's first dedicated Book Arts Centre to open

London College of Communication graduate Simon Goode has opened Britain's first dedicated Book Arts Centre in London's trendy Hackney Wick area.

Sharman & Co in £70,000 newspaper press upgrade

Newspaper printer Sharman & Co has invested £70,000 in finishing kit that will boost the quality of its work as the job mix shifts towards higher calibre presentation.

IBIS targets US transactional market with Smartbinder SB-3 Plus

Finishing manufacturer IBIS has used Graph Expo to introduce the latest evolution of its Smartbinder digital saddle-stitcher, the SB-3 Plus, to the US market.

MPD Offset finds versatility in Horizon bookletmaker

MPD Offset's investment in a Horizon SPF/FC-200A bookletmaking line has proved to be a flexible end solution for the company's variety of printed work.

Oxuniprint completes three-year upgrade with 150,000 finishing spend

Oxford University Press printer Oxuniprint has cut its outsourcing bills by spending 150,000 in its finishing department.

ODM adds Vortec needle cooling technology to Super Sewers

On Demand Machinery (ODM) has installed Vortec Thread Guard needle coolers on its Super Sewer machines.

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