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Thieves steal the November top slot

  • Friday, January 1, 2021
A Facebook appeal for info after a vehicle wrapper was hit by a targeted theft was far and away the biggest story of the month, despite news of major investments, contract wins and product launches proving welcome distractions from lockdown 2.

The word of the month in September… mega

  • Thursday, December 31, 2020
Mega mergers continue and mega contracts land, but while the good news is welcomed the industry’s trade bodies issue a joint clarion call to government to support the sector to prevent its decimation.

The cutbacks begin in June, as do the ‘Drupa’ launches

  • Tuesday, December 29, 2020
While vendors battle for attention for their planned Drupa launches, the cutbacks began across some of print’s biggest players as the end briefly loomed for the furlough scheme, but one departure in particular draws attention as HP Indigo loses its biggest fan.

Masks become May’s must-have accessory

  • Tuesday, December 29, 2020
While the world changes rapidly and printers start pivoting to mask manufacturing, some things remain constant as Paragon continues with its ambitious growth strategy by buying struggling SPOT while Helloprint grabs a lifeline and Drupa’s woes mount up.

Help for heroes as print steps up in March

  • Monday, December 28, 2020
Unsurprisingly, just as the impact of Covid-19 was beginning to be felt in the UK, so was its effect on print and while some battened down the hatches, others, like Prime Group, stepped up to the plate to offer help.

Print on the box in April

  • Monday, December 28, 2020
One media channel embraced another as printers secured their 15-minutes of fame, while former Polestar execs, perhaps less willingly, find themselves in the Printweek spotlight again.

Cash proves to be king in February’s headlines

  • Sunday, December 27, 2020
The demise of Leicester print group Taylor Bloxham was the most read story in 2020 after the historic firm ran out of cash, while cash, albeit in terms of illicit payments, also took centre stage in the Anton fraud trial.

Allander Print in administration; Tempus IME acquires assets

  • Monday, December 21, 2020
Commercial printer Allander Print has fallen into administration, with the loss of 40 jobs, and its intellectual property and goodwill assets have been purchased by print management and software specialist Tempus IME as part of a wider company expansion that includes more acquisitions.

Straddling December 2020 and January 2021, the latest Printweek is out now. Our '2020 vision’ issue is crammed with thought-provoking insights, business critical info and all the latest news and views from the UK print industry...

  • Friday, December 18, 2020
This issue's cover feature highlights the four listicles that take centre stage in our final issue of what has been an incredible year. We detail the 20 biggest news stories of the year; detail the 20 premier pivots; and laud 20 industry greats through the ages and the top 20 technical innovations.

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