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Magazine sector finds ways to buck the trend

When women’s fashion and celebrity weekly title Look published its last ever issue last month the publication dedicated an entire page listing its rivals and implored its readers “if you have a top read, go out and buy it, otherwise the closure of our beloved brands will continue”.

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Adding a new capability needn’t break the bank as this collection of wide-format printers attests. For a relatively modest investment a printer could effectively open up a whole host of new markets.

Star product: Xanté X-32

Xanté’s new X-32 is an all-new heavy-duty flatbed UV direct-to-object printer with a particularly deep bed capability, capable of printing directly onto large items as long as they have a reasonably flat target surface.

Me & my: Duran Omega Magnus 230

At the beginning, Corrugated Case Company chose not to specialise, so it could produce the widest possible portfolio of jobs and hone its customer service.

60 seconds with WO Jones

WO Jones was started in 1904 by William Owen Jones, the great-grandfather of current managing director Marcus Jones.

Overmatter: Face case

Holiday season is upon us, and for the serious print fanatic there’s a new must-have summer accessory: the personalised suitcase cover.

Q&A: Tony Gill Chief executive Mosaic Group

Tony has spent 40 years in the industry, he’s been married to Jane for 32 years and their daughter Charlotte works for Twentysix Digital in Leeds. His hobbies include walking and travelling with his wife, as well as golf and fishing

Used kit can be a bargain if you can take away the risk

Buy right or buy twice. It’s sage advice and when it comes to equipment, the quandary that print has to deal with is whether to purchase new or secondhand. Some will instinctively want to use a brand new machine, others will calculate that secondhand offers better value.

HNS Signs brews up ale and arty look for beer bus

Taking the phrase ‘road beer’ to its logical conclusion, Sadler’s Brewery in Stourbridge, West Midlands, was sure to roll up to Birmingham’s City Social in style – carrying its crafty nectar to the trade event aboard a distinctive ‘beer bus’.

Apprenticeship Levy under fire for failing businesses

More than a year has passed since the Apprenticeship Levy was launched last April and many feel that it is not working as intended.

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