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Digital versus litho - harnessing the power of rival processes

Canny printers will build their futures on a combination of digital and litho, says Tim Sheahan

Your industry needs you, says Proskills

Terry Watts tells PrintWeek's Simon Nias how the NSA can become a 'department store for skills'

Excellence Awards shortlist released

Judging panel unveils the frontrunners for the 2009 PrintWeek/BPIF business awards

PrintIT! awards flag up 'ace' career opportunities

When was the last time you heard print described as "ace"?

Is the Sky falling in on the PM industry?

Broadcasting behemoth Sky caused a ripple last month by pulling its 20m a year print management contract in house.

Curtis demise sends paper price warning

Curtis Fine Papers's fall into administration (PrintWeek, 1 August) represents a bleak warning to the paper industry - that mills need to start selling paper at sustainable prices, or they will not survive. The European paper market has been hit by several fatalities over the years and Curtis's closure last week will serve as a reminder of just how perilous the situation is.

Doubters could scupper ID card scheme

Sixty million printed items - the potential scale of the UK identity card contract - is significant by anyone's standards. However, the project has been beset by controversy from the outset and, following political wranglings and a spate of protests, it could yet become the biggest printing contract never to happen.

Is repro having a sudden renaissance?

Things change. Just look at the UK repro sector. A year or so ago, consolidation was rife and rarely did a month go by (or so it seemed) without an industry-shaking merger or a headline-grabbing closure. Anyone considering launching a repro company would...

PoS seeks synergy with new technology

Point-of-sale (PoS) printing is already one of the most dynamic, not to say profitable, sectors of the print industry. But large-format printers are looking to do even more and are embracing animation and sound as the next stage to drive business forward.

High street print shops are going global

News last week that plans to move into the US, Australia and France in the next stage of its global expansion should come as little surprise to those who watch the fast-paced world of print franchising.

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