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A bumpy ride for the industry: 2011's good and bad news

Perhaps the biggest news came late in 2011: the administration one of the world's largest press manufacturers. But this was not the only earth-shattering story covered by PrintWeek. We look back on the news - good and bad - that made 2011 one of the most tumultuous years in recent memory.

Domino "well positioned" for 2012 after sales and profits increase

Domino Printing Sciences has said it is "well positioned to benefit from the available opportunities in this more uncertain climate" after recording an increase in sales and pre-tax profits during 2011.

St Ives backs data arm results

St Ives chief executive Patrick Martell has admitted that the group is "not totally satisfied" with the performance of data services wing Occam, but restated his faith in the overall marketing services offering.

Survival of the fittest is theme for 2011

Despite another eventful 12 months for the industry, with a number of significant casualties, some of the movers and shakers have been consolidating, regrouping and even expanding on their past successes.

Investment delivers print's DNA upgrade

Even the most optimistic members of the print industry would not have been expecting to open this supplement to find that the top 500 companies would have abandoned the lifeboats they had emptied into in the year previous and had climbed back aboard their super yachts, having returned to bumper profits and emerged unscathed from the financial maelstrom.

Massive US Postal Service loss adds urgency to reform efforts

Though not unexpected, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) announcement this week that it lost $5.1bn in the fiscal year ending September 30 adds a sense of urgency to its fiscal dilemma - and it is likely to put more pressure on a very partisan US Congress to set aside their differences and pass dramatic legislative reforms for the service by the middle of next year.

DS Smith announces volume growth in corrugated packaging

DS Smith has announced increasing volumes in its corrugated packaging business in a pre-close statement ahead of its half-year results.

Buoyant 2011 at H&H Reeds Printers helps parent group's profits

A 10% increase in sales at H&H Reeds Printers and the successful integration of Albany Sign and Display has contributed to annual profits of 1.21m at parent business, the H&H Group in 2011, only the second time its profits have exceeded the 1m mark.

PrintWeek reveals speakers for exclusive event

PrintWeek is hosting an exclusive Directors' briefing where leading directors will share valuable insights into some of the strategies that had a big impact on their businesses.

Sappi outlines five-year growth strategy

Paper manufacturer Sappi has said that there is scope for growth despite declining demand for graphic paper.

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