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Lacklustre Q3 for print as output skips seasonal boost

The third quarter of 2019 was disappointing for the UK print industry, with both output and orders failing to live up to expectations according to the BPIF’s latest Printing Outlook, but the general election should provide a Q4 boost.

Industry cautiously optimistic despite uncertainty

Print’s confidence has been knocked due to Brexit uncertainty affecting output, though an uptick is on the way for the latter half of the year, according to the BPIF's quarterly report.

Industry growth slowed in Q1 but held above forecast

The first quarter of 2019 experienced a slowdown in growth following the previous quarter’s seasonal boost, but the drop-off was not as extensive as had been expected, according to the BPIF’s latest Printing Outlook.

Oiling the wheels of commerce

Trade associations aren’t anything new. A look back through history shows that in France chambers of commerce previously served as agencies of officially controlled public commercial institutions.

£6,000 bursary available again for BPIF masters degree

The Stationers’ Foundation and The Printing Charity have renewed their support for the BPIF masters programme by once again offering a bursary of £6,000.

Seasonal boost stimulates slight recovery in industry confidence

A healthy seasonal boost ensured that 2018 finished stronger than it started for the UK printing industry, at least as far as the volume of output and orders are concerned, according to the BPIF’s latest Printing Outlook.

Industry output bounced back in Q3

The UK printing industry rebounded from a lacklustre Q2 to match its positive forecast for Q3, at least in terms of output volumes, according to the BPIF’s latest Printing Outlook.

Industry output and orders matched downbeat forecast in Q2

The UK printing industry almost exactly matched its downbeat expectations for Q2 in terms of output and orders, according to the BPIF’s latest Printing Outlook, but the forecasts for Q3 suggest some growth ahead.

BPIF chief says print will 'adapt, adjust and thrive' as Brexit nears

BPIF chief executive Charles Jarrold is confident that the print industry is well positioned to navigate the challenges ahead as Brexit draws closer.

BPIF urges printers to sign up to Climate Change Levy reduction scheme

Soaring energy prices have prompted the BPIF to renew its calls for companies to sign up to its Climate Change Levy reduction scheme as the deadline looms.

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