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Huge amount of book printing kit goes on sale

An upcoming asset sale in the US could spark interest from around the globe as it includes multiple Timsons book presses.

Kodak to develop network to support literacy

Kodak is expanding a global literacy programme by using sustainable technology to provide books and school supplies to communities in need around the world.

End of printing era for St Ives as Clays is sold

St Ives has sold its last remaining printing site – Clays, the UK’s biggest book printer, has been sold to Italian firm Elcograf for £23.8m.

‘Seamless book of one’ production goes live at Printondemand-worldwide

Digital book printer Printondemand-worldwide has boosted its ‘book of one’ production capabilities after going live with its new Screen Truepress Jet 520HD colour inkjet web press.

HP seeks to increase publishing supply chain efficiency with Piazza

HP has introduced a set of independent and interlocking cloud-based services to make book manufacturing and distribution more time- and cost-efficient for publishers.

Nationwide makes £200k post- and pre-press spend

Nationwide Print has spent £200,000 on a major expansion, taking on board four new finishing machines as well as updating its MIS and online marketing software.

Zechini speeds up changeover times on new casemaker

Italian manufacturer Zechini has launched its Roby Zero casemaker, which can be made to change format in 12 seconds.

Assets of publishing firms that hit printers bought out of liquidation

The assets of Black Dog Publishing and sister company Artifice Books, which went into liquidation last month owing printers thousands of pounds, have been bought by St James’s House Media Group.



Muller Martini accolade for Printondemand-worldwide

The UK's Printondemand-worldwide has become the first recipient of Muller Martini's new global award for finishing excellence.

Overmatter: Bristol's binding blood lust

Overmatter is rather disturbed after learning about what must surely be the country’s most macabre printing artefact.

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