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Arjowiggins seals deal to buy Greenfield SAS mill

Arjowiggins has bolstered its environmentally friendly paper production capacity after it finalised the purchase of the French deinking mill Greenfield SAS from parent company Cascades.

190 jobs at risk as Polestar plans closure of Greaves printing operation

Polestar has announced plans to close the print department of Greaves, its ageing gravure plant, and urged other printers to take further capacity out of the long-run print market.

Highworth Press changes hands

New owners have taken over Highworth Press, a family-run commercial printing firm near Swindon, with ambitious plans to grow the business.

Akzo Nobel seals ICI buyout

Dutch conglomerate Akzo Nobel has completed its acquisition of ICI, with all shares in the company ceasing to trade on the London Stock Exchange from today (3 January).

Firefighters probe Kromex blaze

A major environmental disaster was narrowly avoided following a Christmas Day fire at screen ink manufacturer Kromex's Stanton site.

Eight questions for 08

With a turbulent 2007 behind us, we asked the great and the good of the print industry what they think 2008 has in store for us. Just click the links below to see what each had to say.

GMG - eight questions for '08

This year has been another rollercoaster ride for the industry. While the printweek.com editorial team takes a (well-earned) break over the Christmas season, we've turned to the great and the good of UK print and asked what we can expect from the year to come. Here's the forecast from GMG managing director Robert Weihling.

Communications channel-hopping

Picking the right name to reflect what a business offers is crucial, according to Dialogue Solutions chief executive Nick Dixon. That was why, within weeks of winning the Application of Digital Print Technology category in this years Excellence Awards, Howitt Digital became Dialogue Solutions.

Backward steps drive print forward

For a man whose mission in life is to sell as much print as he can, Jason Walker has a perverse attitude to the actual act of selling: the managing director of Macclesfield-based Everydayprint persuades his customers to put their run lengths down, rather than up. Typically, we take a zero off their average print run, and about the same off the invoice, he says. And Im a very happy man when that happens.

Daily challenges for a moveable feast

The sunny yellow on Fox Print Services website and business cards mirrors the disposition of the two men sitting in the office. From their laughter and jovial patter it is clear that both managing director Kevin Stanton and sales director Richard Lewis...

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