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Arjowiggins completes Indigo deinking trial

Consumables manufacturer Arjowiggins Graphic and digital press manufacturer HP have successfully completed a deinking trial for digital paper at its Greenfield Mill in France.

Edison Litho goes with Durst Rho press for short-run POP work

North Bergen, NJ-based Edison Lithographic & Printing announced the install of a new Durst Rho 900 large-format UV inkjet printer as it looks to add digital UV printing to its POP and retail signage business.

FT Solutions invests £1m in digital equipment

Print services company FT Solutions Group has ramped up its digital production and output capacity with a £1m investment in new production printing systems.

Prism rebrands as Fespa UK association

Prism president Mark Simpson says it has been given a renewed opportunity to build upon its 77-year history after rebranding as the Fespa UK Association.

Dharam Digital Press commissions fleet of Canon presses

The newly formed Dharam Digital Press in New Delhi, a sister company of Amit Electostat commissioned three Canon Imagepress 7010 VP.

DG3 buys HP Indigo 5000 from DPM

Commercial printer DG3 has purchased a second-hand HP Indigo 5000 from used equipment specialist DPM to boost its high-value variable data print offering.

Morgana launches DocuMaster MFC

Morgana Systems has announced the launch of its DocuMaster MFC, the latest in its range of sheet-creasing booklet-making equipment

Hollywood Monster sets stage for Justin Bieber event

Signs and graphics company Hollywood Monster has literally set the stage for teen pop star Justin Bieber when he switched on the Christmas lights at Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City.

Bluepoint Cambridge invests 1m in equipment upgrade

Bluepoint Cambridge has installed a new B2 Komori Lithrone S529 press with coater as part of a 1m investment programme.

Books industry "behind the times" with digital skills

The books industry is struggling with a digital skills lag and failing to fully exploit the surge in e-book sales, research by The Bookseller has found.

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