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A very different industry has emerged from the downturn

It has been six years coming, but the UK economy has finally surpassed its pre-recession peak. That it is the last of the G8 to do so bar Italy, which is still 9% below its 2008 maximum and headed into its third recession, illustrates how protracted the recovery has been; nevertheless, for the past year our economic future has been looking progressively brighter.

No lack of innovation at the recent Innovationdays event

Call them publishing or graphic arts; it was these latest applications to come within the remit of continuous-feed inkjet printing that dominated Hunkeler Innovationdays (HID). Historically, HID has been all about printing bills, statements and high-volume direct mail; undemanding printing of text and limited graphics.

An interview with Kodak CEO Antonio Perez

Despite the challenge of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Kodak CEO Antonio Perez painted a fairly bright picture of the legendary Rochester, NY-based company's future, in an exclusive interview with PrintWeek ahead of GraphExpo.

Printing in prison could help industry if properly placed

Four years ago I visited Maidstone prison - not at Her Majesty's pleasure, I hasten to add, but for a feature - and came away impressed by what they were trying to achieve. The print shop manager told me at the time that the goal wasn't necessarily to produce high-quality work, but to produce rehabilitated prisoners, equipped with the skills to become a productive member of society upon release.

Royal Mail must work with its allies, not against them

While the national media are up in arms over the Royal Mail's 30% and almost 40% increase in the cost of First and Second Class stamps respectively, the true impact of the latest price increases, for the print industry at least, aren't likely to become apparent for a few weeks, if not months.

Drupa to light way as print industry keeps advancing

At next year's Drupa, the industry's suppliers will announce, and possibly even deliver, many new or upgraded products that will give an insight into the direction that print will take in the future. Here are some of the key trends that will have an impact on what we see at next year's show:

Big boost for secondhand sale in India

Used machines dominate the Indian market. Noel D'cunha presents the findings of a pressXchange survey that tracks trends in the used machine market in India and rest of the world, and concludes the future looks healthy for India

A country where print still reigns...

Digital adds another dimension, but the earning and revenue share which print advertisements still command, confirms that the future of traditional print is also bright, as Ramu Ramanathan finds out

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