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Call for ‘Smoking kills’ warnings on every cigarette

Printing ‘Smoking kills’ onto every individual cigarette could discourage smokers, according to new research.

Digital set to take 21.1% market share by 2024

Digital print is on track to further displace demand for traditional processes, according to the latest figures from Smithers Pira.

Campaigners speak out against latest plain pack recommendations

Campaigners have responded to a new report from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) that calls for plain packaging on sweets, crisps and high-sugar drinks in order to tackle obesity.

DS Smith study says UK recycling “at tipping point”

Packaging giant DS Smith has released new research that says the UK will fall short of its 2035 recycling targets by more than a decade.

Study says plain cigarette pack warnings are impacting smokers

Health warnings on plain packaged cigarettes impact smokers more than warnings on branded packs, according to new research from the University of Stirling.

The Printing Charity releases Impact Report findings

The Printing Charity has released the findings of its first major Impact Report, commissioned to enable it to better understand the needs of its beneficiaries and the industry it represents.

Inkjet market to pass $100bn in 2023

The global market for inkjet printing will grow at a rate of 9.4% year-on-year and will be worth $109bn (£85.4bn) in 2023, according to new research from Smithers Pira.

Global packaging services market to reach $50bn in 2022

The value of the global packaging services market is forecast to grow from $33.7bn (£24.4bn) in 2017 to $50bn in 2022, according to new research from Smithers Pira.

Millennials turn to quality over quantity for Christmas cards

Young people have turned away from buying Christmas cards in droves, but their focus is on quality over quantity when they do.

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