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Baker Labels enhances capabilities with Screen spend

Baker Labels has expanded its kit portfolio and capabilities after investing more than £500,000 in a new Screen Truepress Jet L350UV+LM.

Steve Cheek leaves Hobs

Hobs Group has parted company with former Callprint managing director Steve Cheek.

CMYKhub exits UK market, WTTB steps in

Trade printer CMYKhub is closing its UK production facility at the end of this week, and has reached an agreement with Precision Printing’s Where The Trade Buys division to continue supporting its customer base from a new midlands office.

Webmart launches live-pricing trade print service

Webmart has launched its new online trade print platform with live pricing capabilities, which its founder claims is a “world first” for the sector.

Cimpress travails: Keane foregoes salary, takes charge at Vistaprint

Cimpress founder and chief executive Robert Keane has described the firm’s Q2 results as “the worst in a long time”, and the departure of Vistaprint’s CEO will result in Keane personally overseeing the performance of its flagship operation.

Tradeprint to absorb Exaprint UK brand

Exaprint UK is to be absorbed into its partner brand Tradeprint as part of a strategy to refocus and expand the two entities’ services to their customer bases.

Deltor takes B1 Komori to respond to market

Deltor Communications has invested in a Komori GL-540 with coater to boost its B1 capacity as demand from clients and trade continues to grow.

Bradley Group restructures, shuts Speke site

Bradley Group has shuttered its Liverpool site in response to rising costs and tough trading conditions, and is restructuring by consolidating production at its Northern Ireland and Isle of Man operations.

Grafenia sets sights on US expansion

Grafenia has posted a big jump in sales at its Nettl business and is readying plans to launch the brand in America, while at the same time reducing its exposure to the hugely-competitive trade printing market.

Cimpress Q1 results disappoint

Cimpress has described first-quarter sales growth as “disappointing” after revenues came in below expectations.

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