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Polestar Sheffield averts industrial action with pay deal

Unite members at Polestar Sheffield have voted in favour of an "unprecedented" three-year pay deal that has secured the future stability of the site.

SMEs warned not to take public sector work for granted

Small businesses should not take public sector work for granted and must line up alternative customers if they are to be successful in 2010, according to the Forum of Private Business (FPB).

Polestar Colchester becomes ISO 14001 certified

Polestar Colchester has become ISO 14001 certified and is the final web offset company within the group to achieve the standard.

Konica Minolta provides print kit for UN Climate Change summit

Konica Minolta has provided print equipment worth 2m euro (1.7m) for delegates to use at the ongoing United Nation's Climate Change COP15 conference in Copenhagen.

Global warming is 'biggest threat and biggest opportunity' for print

Astra Printing Group has warned that the biggest threat to the printing industry is global warming, but has said that one of the greatest opportunities lies with how the sector tackles it.

James McNaughton Group provides paper for Royal Variety programme

Paper merchant James McNaughton Group has provided 2.4 tonnes of its Cocoon Silk 100% recycled grade for the Royal Variety Performance's annual programme.

'Failure' of trade credit insurance scheme not unexpected, says Aon

Credit insurance broker Aon Trade Credit has said that the "failure" of the government's trade credit insurance top-up scheme was "disappointing but not unexpected".

Haymarket motoring website moves into print

Haymarket, publisher of PrintWeek, is extending its Piston Heads motoring website into print for the first time after releasing a 2009 annual.

PaperCo's 9lives offset used for fundraising book

PaperCo's 9lives offset recycled stock has been used for charity book Macmillan Cancer Supports' The Little Green Book of Fundraising Ideas.

CPI disappointed at chancellor's decision to cut rate of CCL

The Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) has said it was "extremely disappointed" by Alistair Darling's decision to cut the rate of Climate Change Levy (CCL) relief from 80% to 65%.

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