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BPIF survey shows guarded optimism among printers following bumper autumn

The autumn quarter has delivered 2007's best trading results for the print industry, but the majority of printing companies are approaching 2008 with guarded optimism, according to the latest BPIF Directions survey.

Failed Roto-Quebecor deal may still have legs

The relationship between Roto Smeets and Quebecor World Europe isn't beyond saving, despite Roto Smeets' shareholders having stamped out the acquisition bid at the eleventh hour.

Trinity Mirror regains 175m in shares following review

Trinity Mirror plc has announced a share buy-back to the tune of 175m, which will effectively give investors a larger share of the group in return for their investment.

Inca - 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 Inca Digital managing director Bill Baxter.

Screen - 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 Screen UK managing director Brian Filler.

FSC creates division to grow globally

The Forest Stewardship Council has established a new business unit, 'FSC Global Development', in a bid to "develop and expand" markets.

Envelope firm SEM chases eco boost with Fuji plates

SEM Envelope Manufacturing has tried to green up and double productivity after investing in Fujifilm Brillia HD Pro-T plates.

Calendar printer loses contract over St David's Day omission

Ceredigion County Council has terminated a contract with a Lancashire printer after a calendar sent out to residents of the Welsh town omitted details of St David's Day.

Adobe PDF becomes international standard

Adobe PDF 1.7 is to become an international standard, in a move that could lead to "confusion" for the print industry and affect printers bidding for corporate and government contracts.

DMA calls for caution over postal review

The DMA has warned the government not to place an "unrealistic burden" on businesses to fund a universal postal service when it publishes its review next year.

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