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Controversy over PaperX.com claim

A spat has broken out in the paper dotcom world following comments made at the official launch of PaperX.com by chief executive Lars-ke Helgesson.

Paper production hits record levels

According to the latest figures from the Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI), the last 12 months have shown positive results across all grades with both the graphic and packaging sectors performing well.

Supply issues may affect plate price

Plate prices may be set to rise following an increase in the cost of aluminium and CTP customers, although promised falling plate prices by some vendors, are unlikely to see them in the short-term as demand outstrips supply.

Blockfoil shines out in magazine sector

Foiling specialist Blockfoil is successfully promoting its foil printing as a means for publishers to increase sales of their products through added shelf appeal.

Lynch tables new bid in Adare battle

Adare finance director Peter Lynch has reportedly tabled a further rival bid for the group, despite reports last week that he had pulled out of the bidding.

David S Smith produces strong results

David S Smith has announced a 55% increase in pre-tax profits for the year to 29 April.Pre-tax profits were 57.7m on turnover up 7% to 1.2bn.

Reid quits Polestar to join e-initiative

Jim Reid, the commercial director at Polestar, has left to take up an equivalent role with online print management company Eazyprint.com. He also takes up a position on the companys board.

BPIF constitution restructure plan to go before AGM

Proposals to continue modernising the BPIFs structure by creating a board of directors will be put before its AGM next month

Bemrose holds Letts sale talks with one suitor

Bemrose Corporation, soon to become 4imprint.com, has entered into exclusive talks with an unnamed party for the sale of the 204-year-old diary printer Charles Letts.

Waddies office installs remote proof handling

Waddies has installed remote proofing in its London sales office in a bid to speed up the service it provides to London-based customers.

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