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Taylor Bloxham secures colour quality accreditation

Print and marketing communications company Taylor Bloxham Group has been awarded the BPIF Colour Quality Management Scheme certification for ISO 12647:2013.

BPIF launches new colour quality scheme

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

Superior first to attain Heidelberg colour certification with LE-UV

Superior has become the first printer to obtain an ISO 12647-2 colour certification on a Heidelberg LE-UV press.

Positive Images UK achieves ISO 27001 and overhauls data processing

Positive Images UK hopes to win new work after achieving ISO 27001:2013 data security accreditation and investing in a Cygnus data cleansing and processing suite.

Contact Originators passes Flint FlexoExpert programme

Packaging origination and graphics management firm Contact Originators has passed Flint Group’s FlexoExpert certification programme, having become the first beta customer to participate in the scheme earlier this year.

BPIF to hold colour management seminars

Cash savings to be eked out from good colour management are the focus of two BPIF-hosted seminars on ink, wastage and makereadies this month.

Firstan banks on business boost with colour certification

Firstan Packaging has become the first UK packaging printer to become a pressSign Offset Standard (POS) certified printer.

Roland DG Texart technology achieves Oeko-Tex accreditation

Roland DG has attained the Oeko-Tex Standard 100, product class I certification for inkjet printing on polyester fabric with the company’s Texart ink.

BPIF relaxes ISO standard for spectrophotometers

The BPIF has issued a call for views on the calibration of spectrophotometers following a decision to pull back on requirements for BPIF ISO 12647 accreditation.

PEFC endorses CPI poll packaging findings

The PEFC has welcomed the results of a Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) commissioned YouGov poll, which revealed that UK consumers prefer their groceries and fresh produce to be available in paper-based packaging.

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