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Gandy Digital launches ‘Softjet’ soft signage printer

Wide-format equipment manufacturer Gandy Digital has launched a new dye-sublimation printer, the Gandy Digital Softjet.

Gandy Digital moves to new manufacturing plant to increase efficiency

Wide-format kit manufacturer Gandy Digital has officially opened its new premises, which it said has increased its production flexibility, efficiency and automation.

Drytac acquires US-based Multi-Tac

Bristol-based adhesive coatings manufacturer Drytac Europe has acquired Canadian firm Multi-Tac for an undisclosed sum.

North Plains expands Xinet with first ConnectR-powered modules

North Plains has launched the first two products to use its new ConnectR technology, for clients of its Xinet production asset management system (formerly Xinet WebNative).

Transcontinental posts Q1 profit rise

Montreal-based Transcontinental cited the ongoing benefits from its acquisition of Quad/Graphics assets in Canada as it reported a modest 5% rise in net profit to US $17.4m for the first quarter on an 8% rise in turnover to US $515m.

Quad/Graphics posts modest Q4 profit

Sussex, WI-based Quad/Graphics managed to overcome pricing pressure and a decline in sales to post a $21m Q4 net profit, reversing a $7m loss for the same period a year earlier.

Contac Services, RP Graphics join forces to form Onewurld

In a partnership that spans Canada, Vancouver-based Contac Services and Toronto-headquartered digital printer RP Graphics Group have joined forces to form the Onewurld Supply Chain Alliance.

Kodak losses near $1bn in nine months

Kodak's pre-tax and net losses averaged more than $100m (61m) a month in the first nine months of 2012, according to its combined statement for the period to 30 September 2012.

John Watson & Co sold to CCL Industries

Canadian label printer CCL Industries has acquired John Watson & Co, the 80-staff Glasgow-based label printer, in a multi-million pound takeover deal.

US Postal Service reports $15.9bn full year net loss

Re-enforcing the point that it needs a dramatic overhaul, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has reported a $15.9bn net loss for the year ending September 30 - a loss that includes $11.1bn in payments to prepay its retiree health benefits that the USPS defaulted on several months ago.

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