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Walstead seals fresh finance deal with Close

Walstead Group has agreed a new facility with Close Brothers Asset Finance as part of a simplification of financing across the business.

Inquest returns verdict on Bicester fatality

The death of a paper reel clamp truck driver at Walstead Bicester has been ruled an accident.

Inquest underway into Bicester fatality

An inquest is underway into the death of Wayne Riggall, who died last year in an incident involving a clamp truck at Walstead Bicester.

Print still key for Edinburgh Fringe despite volume reduction

Print “still has an important role to play” in the promotion of the Edinburgh Fringe according to the festival’s Fringe Society, despite its ongoing drive to reduce the volume of printed material produced for the event.

Record sales for Walstead at half-year amid 'maelstrom'

Walstead chairman Mark Scanlon believes insolvency “remains a real threat” for some competitors, but said his own group’s position was very different as the business announced its highest sales yet at the half-year.

ProCo in £2m HP and Böwe spend

ProCo has installed a new HP PageWide T240 HD web press and two Böwe Systec 9G insertion lines in a £2m investment that repositions its Stansted wing as a high-volume digital production hub.

K&B boss derides competitor price cuts

Koenig & Bauer’s chief executive has taken a very public side swipe at price cutting by competitors – naming Heidelberg, Bobst and Komori – in the group’s half-year results.

K&B reaffirms financial targets

Koenig & Bauer has reaffirmed that it is on track to meet its sales and profit targets for this year in the light of last week’s trading outlook warning from arch-rival Heidelberg.

Evans to step down as PCP MD

Precision Colour Printing managing director Alex Evans will step down next year, with a successor already appointed to take over as part of a phased transition.

US gov’t attempts to block Quad/LSC merger

US group Quad/Graphics said it intends to “vigorously defend” its proposed acquisition of rival LSC Communications, in response to a lawsuit from the US Department of Justice (DOJ) which is seeking to block the deal.

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