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Two become one: bringing teams together

Resource had already taken the organic route to growth through smart investment and operational excellence. So the next logical step was to seek an acquisition that would allow the company to diversify its business model and provide scope for future opportunity and growth.

Fontain enters CVA

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  • Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Fontain has entered a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) to pay back liabilities in excess of £1m to creditors.

60 seconds with Bluestar Print Finishers

Bluestar started in 1998 when MD Lee Harvey (pictured, right, with operator Ian Richardson) decided that after working as a manager for a few firms, he needed to do something more. “I approached a few printing companies and got their support and so Bluestar was born.”

Xaar sets sights on strategic investment

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  • Friday, March 22, 2019
Xaar has canned its final dividend and posted a near-£15m loss after an annus horribilis for the business, with CEO Doug Edwards looking ahead to better times and aiming to sign up a strategic investor for its thin film printhead this year.

PPG administration averts court hearing

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  • Thursday, March 21, 2019
PPG Print Services has been placed into administration in an appointment that enabled it to side-step a court decision over a winding-up petition issued by one of its creditors.

Koenig & Bauer sets €1.5bn sales goal

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  • Thursday, March 21, 2019
Koenig & Bauer has said that orders for new presses have “largely shrugged off the effects of recent political and economical developments”, as the group posted its highest EBIT figure in more than 200 years of trading.

Beware Nirvana Mañana

At the beginning of February, Xerox took the wraps off a new printing technology under development in its PARC laboratory and, in so doing, opened a can of worms.

Overmatter: branding mish-mash

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  • Monday, March 18, 2019
Fashion-conscious readers will be interested in news that reaches us via PrintWeek contributor Barney Cox, who spotted someone wearing a very interesting box-fresh item on a recent journey on the London Underground.

Walkers Instore goes into liquidation

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  • Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Walkers Instore has gone into voluntary liquidation after its owners could not restore its profitability despite attempts to restructure and reposition the retail POS specialist print operation as a finisher.

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