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Me & my: Horizon BQ160

A three-floor, 200-year-old ex-bakery sat in the middle of a conservation area is probably not the first place you'd look for a print business. Yet 10 miles south of Cambridge in the village of Linton, this is exactly where you find Plumridge Print, a commercial printer that has been operating for more than 50 years printing everything from magazines to reports and accounts and catalogues.

Eclipse Colour in 500,000 capex spend to meet growing demand

Eclipse Colour has invested 500,000 in new Heidelberg finishing equipment and increased press time across its Goss M600 webs by nearly 50 hours in response to continued growth at the Kettering-based business.

Star product: Tolerans CompactStitch

A versatile inline stitcher designed for smaller operations

Small investments in finishing kit can open Olympic opportunities

As the industry, hopefully, begins to exit arguably the most horrific few years of its near 600-year history, printers that have survived the cull are faced with the problem of ensuring that, next time, they are better prepared. So while they pick through the debris they also have to think about future-proofing the business.

Harbhajan shows stitiching kit

Amritsar-based Harbhajan Singh and Company, the manufacturer of binding and post-press equipments is displaying its book stitching machines and rotary half cutting, micro perforation cum cover creasing machine at its stand during Pamex.

P2H Services launches direct mail business

Northampton-based print finisher Print 2 Hand Services (P2H Services) has expanded into direct mail with the launch of sister company P2H Direct Mail.

Me & my... Watkiss PowerSquare TM 200

As the old adage goes, 'If you want something doing, do it yourself.' This was certainly the logic employed by the Communications Workers Union (CWU) when it decided to purchase a Watkiss PowerSquare TM 200 stitcher, folder and trimmer to complement its in-house printing department.

Welbound finishing school completes placement of first batch of students

Indian post-press player Welbound India has completed placement of the first batch of students from their 'Finishing school' established in Trivandrum, within the company's manufacturing campus.

Machinery stars: the geese that lay the golden eggs

Some pieces of kit get it just right and deliver top performance in every respect, making money for users and manufacturers alike. Here we highlight some of the best of the best in the finishing sector

It all adds up: calculate the costs of added capabilities

For the printer, adding finishing skills may look like a win-win, but you will need to check your sums. There's more to it than just a few new bits of kit and a couple of staff members

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