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I swear by my: Tullis Russell Trucard Ice

We use this substrate when printing report covers, cards and mailers. We print most of our work using stochastic screen, which gives an excellent level of detail and more photographic results.

Star product: Solvoprint wallpaper

Solvoprint, a heavy-duty, scratch-resistant paper, is suitable for all solvent-based and UV-curable inks, and its special PVC coating gives brilliant colours and a high-definition print. Colours, patterns, text and images can all be printed directly onto it and, because its slightly stippled rather than completely smooth, it has a bright, interesting texture.

I swear by my: Col-Tec collation unit

Landmark Press, a major publisher for the Scottish tourism industry, has produced bedroom folders for more than 20 years.

Star product: Polar 115 XT

Automation is a key component in the armoury of the Polar 115 XT cutter, says supplier Heidelberg.Speed and ease of use are crucial, given that research by Polar has revealed half of shopfloor workers in print are beetling away in post-press areas, explains Heidelberg UK marketing manager Mark Hogan.

I swear by my: Heidelberg Anicolor

We are a high-quality trade printer in the short to medium run, fast turnaround market. Using the Anicolor we anticipate boosting productivity per shift by 25% compared with our conventional press.

Star product: Sharp MX-M1100

Sharps latest black and white printing system is intended to tap into a potentially huge demand from corporate print departments and local authorities.

I swear by my: Acento platesetter

My company produces print for a number of prestigious retail customers who demand reliability and quality from their suppliers.

Star product: RedTie Quotation and RedTie Template

Software firm RedTie is targeting its recently launched online template and quoting systems at small and medium-sized firms trying to beat the squeeze on time and software costs.

Eastern moves answer a cry for help

Four Graphics is looking 5,500km east for its future. The Bermondsey-based wide-format graphics firm has set up an operation in Dubai after finding that the Middle East is crying out for its brand of high-quality production and service and it believes that gives it a great USP.

Taking the community to heart

Scarborough isnt at the end of the universe, but its pretty close, jokes Pindar group marketing director David Jesson. But his quip is a respectful one: over the past 130-odd years, as one of the seaside towns major employers, Pindar has done more than...

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