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Revamped paper range targets expanding high-speed inkjet market

Crown Van Gelder has re-branded its high-speed inkjet papers as the papermaker gears up for growth in colour inkjet printing.

Canon extends Océ Variostream 7100 series

Canon group company Océ has expanded its Variostream 7100 series of entry-level monochrome, simplex, continuous feed printers with the addition of a new higher speed model, the Variostream 7170.

Oberthur and G4S bid for 1bn UK banknote contract

French security printer Oberthur Technologies will launch a joint bid with the UK-based private security firm G4S for the Bank of England's 1bn next generation banknote contract, according to Reuters.

A1 Trade Print scores top marks for health and safety

A1 Trade Print Services has been awarded with a BPIF Health & Safety Seal of Excellence, after achieving 100% in its first audit.

CFH Scotland gains cheque printing accreditation

CFH Scotland has become only the second Scotland-based firm to be accredited to print and fulfil cheques north of the border, according to the company.

Communisis profits up 23% year-on-year in 2012

Communisis has recorded a 23% increase in operating profit before exceptional items to 11.6m on turnover of 229.8m in its preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2012.

Favini launches first security paper

Italian paper manufacturer Favini has introduced its first security paper brand following its entry into the market two years ago.

Xerox bridges gap from cut-sheet to continuous with Color 8250

Xerox previewed a cut-sheet colour press at Hunkeler Innovationdays last week, in addition to a new member of the CiPress range.

Innovia to buy out Securency partner

UK Packaging film manufacturer Innovia Films has bought out its joint venture partner in Securency, after it failed to secure a "suitable offer" for the secure substrate business from external buyers.

De La Rue highlights 'challenging' banknote paper market

De La Rue has highlighting increased competition and pricing pressure in the banknote paper market as it revealed that full year paper volumes are expected to be down 18% on 2011/12.

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