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Profile: Clever spends and nose for a new niche guide family firm in decades of success

Ted Stephens reflects on a lifetime in print and the challenges his firm, Optichrome, faces. By Adam Hooker

Profile: University chalks up busiest month in history of its cutting-edge printroom

With up-to-the-minute kit and big ideas, the University of Surrey's print shop is booming, writes Tim Sheahan

Public sector specialist takes top jobs

The day Printing World spoke to SPM Print it had just launched a brand new division, having finished a department refurbishment the day before, and was off to Drupa for a major sales splurge on both kit and software. During the past year, the London-based...

Group MD defends cutting the number of branches in half with lower costs

It is about being lean and mean, says Malcolm Lane-Ley, managing director of the Howard Smith Paper Group. And having the command structure in one place. They are strong words, and they need to be; Lane-Ley is justifying his management teams decision to close half of the branches of its graphic paper arm, Howard Smith Paper (HSP). It is not just about cost-cutting. It is about getting our business lined up to where we want to go.

A print business without frontiers

Goodman Baylis refuses to be defined by traditional market structures and, with the launch of GB Magazines, it is making sure it maintains plenty of strings to its bow.

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