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Packaging Innovations: Broadening the debate

You can’t talk about packaging these days without being keenly aware that there is an impassioned and important debate about its impact – particularly plastic packaging – on the environment, and measures to reuse, reduce and remove it from the supply chain.

Forecast worsening for paper supply

Earlier this month PrintWeek reported on the ‘perfect storm’ of global events that have tightened the supply of graphical papers and resulted in paper mills resorting to allocation for the first time since 2001.

The five pillars of sustainable production

Green credentials are no longer simply an attractive business bolt-on. Companies in all sectors demonstrating a commitment to reducing their environmental impact not only enjoy reduced costs, an enhanced reputation and a competitive advantage, but are taking important steps to ensure the longevity of their business.

The commercial case for green initiatives

Consider this four-colour process: ideally we’d all like to be as green as possible, but things are never black and white, and anything that’s likely to send us into the red, however worthy, has to be off limits. This is no less true for running a successful printing company.

New kit supply law hits UK statute

Individuals looking to source specialist printing equipment in order to produce counterfeit or fraudulent identity documents will soon find it much harder to get away with their actions after a new law comes into force next month.

Banbury Litho invests in XL 75 to cut waste

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  • Thursday, October 17, 2013
Family business Banbury Litho is to take delivery of a Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 75-5+L this November to minimise start-up waste and increase its volume of sellable sheets.

Pro-Design changes to FSC

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  • Thursday, January 24, 2013
International Paper's Pro-Design entire digital paper range is changing to Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) accreditation.

NGOs urge Asia Pulp and Paper boycott

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  • Wednesday, November 7, 2012
An open letter signed by 60 non-government organisations (NGOs) has been sent to investors in Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) urging them not to back the controversial Indonesian company.

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