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PrintWeek Power 100 2009 (70-61)

70 Tom Johnson     (57) Newsfax International Why Johnson is a man who knows what he likes, so if you are his point of contact at a supplier or a customer, expect regular conversations - if not, don't...

PrintWeek Power 100 2009 (20-11)

20 George Clarke     (19) Heidelberg UK Why Although the past 12 months have been testing for George Clarke and Heidelberg as a whole, the UK managing director has accomplished much. Described by colleagues...

PrintWeek Power 100 2009 (80-71)

80 Matthew Thomson     (NEW) Thomson Litho Why Being chief executive of Scotland's largest remaining print group makes Thomson's inclusion long overdue. The oldest of the four Thomson brothers that own...

PrintWeek Power 100 2009 (10-2)

10 Tony Burke     (9) Unite Why A polarising figure in the industry; loved by his union's members, cursed by some employers, Unite assistant general secretary Burke remains a colourful and respected...

PrintWeek Power 100 2009 (90-81)

90 Peter Alderson     (84) Alderson Print Group Why His colleagues tell us his blood group is print. At 65, he's still the driving force behind the Alderson Print Group and, while it's true that last...

PrintWeek Power 100 2009 (100-91)

100 Jon Fennell     (NEW) Active International Why We thought the people behind the outspoken and astute comments on the printweek.com forums merited a place in our power charts. After all, they give...

Prince Edward visits Cambridge Newspapers' print site

Cambridge Newspapers' printing facility has been given royal approval following a visit by His Royal Highness Prince Edward.

GMC boosts team after year of growth

Personalisation software provider GMC Software Technology has added four members of staff to its team after experiencing growth of 42% last year.

Welsh Deputy First Minister visits Borble

Wales's Deputy First Minister Wyn Jones visited Rhyl-based label printer Borble last week.

New Xerox president visits north London printer

Xerox's president and incoming chief executive Ursula Burns has paid a visit to MBA Group's north London site, in order to witness the print quality it was achieving on its latest investment - a pair of Xerox 980s.

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