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Your October & November Printweek has landed. Coming out on the eve of COP26, along with our usual news round up, dominated by M&A, the 'Sustainability Issue' has a definite green hue including a paper wrapping special report...

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  • Friday, October 22, 2021
The issue's cover feature looks at how print can grow back greener by supporting buyers' eco agenda as mega brands and their consumers demand planet-friendly print as a matter of course. The environment also dominates our news briefing section, where print bosses reveal sustainability is no longer a nice-to-have – it’s essential, and we also preview the Power of Print virtual conference.

Sales down, profits up at BPG

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  • Friday, September 3, 2021
Media and services giant Bertelsmann has reported first half results that include the reshaping of its gravure printing operations on the continent.

Report: Landa could float on Nasdaq

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  • Thursday, August 26, 2021
Landa Digital Printing could float on the US Nasdaq exchange with a valuation of $2bn (£1.46bn) according to a report in the Israeli financial tech press.

Agfa's offset wing back in the black, Ipagsa to shut

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  • Wednesday, August 25, 2021
Agfa’s Offset Solutions business is back in the black in Q2, with sales up 20% and a near-€11m (£9.4m) improvement in EBITDA compared to last year – but a fresh restructure will involve the closure of its Ipagsa operation in Spain.

Breaking up can be hard to do

When the time has come to move on, those in leased premises need to take extra care that they fulfill the terms of their contract or risk having to pay hefty fees.

Disagreeable directors

If a company falls out with one of its directors, what can it do? It’s likely to depend on the specific circumstances but there are a number of ways to resolve the situation.

New name agreed for IP paper wing

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  • Wednesday, August 11, 2021
International Paper’s worldwide paper business will be renamed Sylvamo Corporation when the operation becomes a separate listed company later this year.

Moonpig: customer purchasing starting to normalise

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  • Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Moonpig has posted its maiden results as a PLC, and has flagged that the incredible growth at the business fuelled by the pandemic will be tempered in the future as life in general settles down to a new normality.

Coloreel raises nearly £6m to support expansion

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  • Thursday, July 8, 2021
Swedish firm Coloreel, which specialises in patented technology for the digital dyeing of textile thread on-demand, has raised SEK 70m (£5.88m) in a private placement to existing and new shareholders to support its growth.

Spend and save

It’s not often that the government puts in place a programme that is both welcomed and little criticised, but that’s exactly what the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, did on Budget Day in March.

Royal Mail results reflect parcels boom

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  • Thursday, May 20, 2021
The pandemic-related parcels boom has resulted in a big jump in sales and profits at Royal Mail – with parcel revenues outstripping letters for the first time in the group’s five-century history.

Point-of-sale boss banned

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  • Friday, February 26, 2021
The boss of a signage and display printer has received a lengthy ban of 10 years after a six-figure false invoicing scandal.

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