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Finance options and technology

In Clinic this month: Paul Holohan on acquisition financing options; Mark Clews on litho versus screen printers; and Steve Collins on digital proofing technologyillustrations Ian Whadcock

UPM and SCA flag mass paper job cuts

Two of Europe's biggest paper manufacturers have pointed to broad jobs cuts and downgrading capacity as rising raw materials costs play havoc with margins.

Metallics in the waste stream

Clinic topics this month: Kevin Purdy on environmentally sound ink; Paul Sherfield on ISO and Fogra standards; and Karen Charlesworth on short-run bookbinding

Biddles aims short-run service at new writers

Short-run and academic book specialist Biddles has launched a new print service aimed at first-time authors and publishers.

New Didcot site prompts job fears at Harmsworths Staverton base

Newspaper printer Harmsworth Printings site at Staverton in Gloucestershire could be set to close with up to 100 jobs at risk.

EU emissions proposals prompt papermakers to review energy

A new EU directive, set to come into force next year, could cause upheaval for paper manufacturers inthe UK.

Arjo announces recycled rises

Arjowiggins is to increase the price of its recycled products as a result of a strong and continuous rise in the cost of recovered fibres.

I swear by my... Printmaster PM 52-5

I like the philosophy behind Heidelbergs Printmaster PM 52. It lets us determine how much atomicity is used and helps us to uncover exactly what will make a difference to us and our customers.

Star product: SolarJet

Sun Chemical has globally launched its SolarJet UV digital label printer, providing the sector with an alternative to flexo printing. The UV inkjet press, which was unveiled for the first time at last months LabelExpo Europe, is designed for short to medium-sized runs in order to meet the growing demand for quick turnaround label printing from the pharmaceutical and electronic industries.

BPIF runs event on book sector

To coincide with the British Book and Design Awards, the BPIF is to hold a conference looking at the rapid changes facing the UK book market, specifically the impact of global market supply chains.

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