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Expansion costs weigh on Grafenia results

Sales at Grafenia are up but operating losses have more than doubled under the weight of one-off and up-front costs including its expansion into the US. However, the business remains on the M&A trail after its recent capital raise.

Cimpress plans Irish move

Cimpress is proposing to shift its official entity from the Netherlands to Ireland for tax purposes.

Grafenia flags EBITDA hit alongside Nettl US growth opportunity

Grafenia expects to file a £1m-plus boost in sales for the financial year but has warned that it will post negative EBITDA for the period – although the firm said it had returned to breakeven based on monthly run rates for the current year.

Cuttingedge promotes former trainee to ops director

A school leaver who joined a print company as a trainee has been promoted to its board as operations director.

Fabric focus for Marqetspace at PWL

Marqetspace is bringing its extended range of ink-on-fabric products to next month’s PrintWeekLive! and aims to inspire printers with the potential of textiles at the show.

Grafenia hits M&A trail with first signage acquisition

Grafenia has acquired Liverpool-based signage company ADD Signs, marking the start of a new acquisition strategy in the signage sector.

Swanline rolls out new flute profile following £650k investment

Trade printer Swanline Print Group has launched single-faced products, including a new flute profile for the UK corrugated industry, following its installation of Pivab rewinder technology.

Spin Print expands headcount by 25%

A Yorkshire-based print company has boosted the size of its team by a quarter after a series of appointments as it looks to expand in 2016 with a new B2 press.

The Big Display Company boosts capabilities with HP Latex buy

The Big Display Company has bought a new digital print machine and launched a new website to help it meet increasing demand on lead times and bespoke services.

Precision Printing's £2.75m upgrade

The Precision Group has invested £2.75m over the past month as it revamps its operations in London and Sunderland.

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