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Veteran print union rep and Cambridge mayor Gawthrope dies

Mayor of Cambridge and seasoned print sector union representative Nigel Gawthrope has died at the age of 61.

Tecnau and Smyth launch sewing book-block system

Tecnau and Smyth have partnered to produce a folding and sewing system with feeding from a continuous roll for digitally printed books and catalogues.

Clays bolsters bindery with Petratto investment

Clays has invested in a Petratto Cordoba heavy duty folder-gluer to support the evolution of its bindery.

Books on the rise again with 2018 sales increase

Book printers enjoyed a fruitful 2018 as the UK book market grew for the fourth consecutive year.

Third strike day set at CPI William Clowes

Unite members at CPI William Clowes will go ahead with a third strike day on Thursday 17 January as a pay dispute with management continues.

Day of strike action at CPI William Clowes

Unite members at CPI William Clowes will stage a 24-hour strike tomorrow (20 December) amid a pay dispute with management.

ImageData Brighton boosts booklet making with Duplo

ImageData Group’s Brighton site has bolstered its bookmaking capabilities with the introduction of a Duplo DBM600i system.

CPI Colour helps remember Wilfred Owen 100 years on

CPI Colour has worked with a long-time collaborator to put together a moving tribute to soldiers killed in the First World War.

Geoff Neal publishes its "perfect" story

Geoff Neal Group has unveiled a commemorative book about its “pursuit of perfection” in print to cap off a four-year rebranding initiative.

BBD&P Awards hail enduring appeal of printed books

BPIF chief executive Charles Jarrold commended the enduring appeal of printed books at last night’s 2018 British Book Design & Production Awards (BBD&PA).

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