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Tighter immigration controls could hit print

Industries like print will suffer if Theresa May implements harsh immigration controls after Brexit, according to the director general of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).

BPIF Outlook reports muted growth in Q4 with no seasonal boost

The BPIF has released its latest Printing Outlook study of the health of the industry, reporting muted growth in Q4 without the usual seasonal boost.

BPIF launches new colour quality scheme

The BPIF has launched version three of its colour quality scheme.

DCB Group excels in BPIF health and safety check

DCB Group has scored 94% in the BPIF’s Seal of Excellence for Health and Safety test following a reassessment of its premises.

Output increases fail to lift industry optimism

Increasing output levels are not enough to boost confidence in the printing industry, according to the BPIF’s Printing Outlook survey for Q3 2017.

BPIF urges candidates to Pledge for Print

The BPIF has urged prospective parliamentary candidates to sign its Pledge for Print in the run-up to the General Election.

Pensord boss elected BPIF president

Pensord managing director Darren Coxon has been elected BPIF president, having served as vice-president since March 2015.

Seasonal upturn takes effect but concerns remain

The industry's seasonal Q4 upturn was better than expected last year, although output was down on the same quarter in 2015, the latest survey shows.

Celloglas back with a bang after flood

Print finisher Celloglas has ended a successful year of reinvestment after recovering from floods that left its Leeds premises under almost 1.5 metres of water last Boxing Day.

BPIF to relocate to 'home of print'

The BPIF will be relocating its London office from its current home in Aldgate to a space at the St Bride Foundation, Blackfriars, the self-proclaimed 'home of print'.

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