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Agfa snaps up Ipagsa for lower-cost offering

Agfa Graphics is expanding its market reach with the acquisition of the pre-press business of Spanish manufacturer Ipagsa.

Lucky partnership for Agfa

Agfa Graphics has signed a deal with Chinese plate manufacturer Lucky HuaGuang Graphics to produce plates, initially for the Chinese market.

Quantum continues investment drive

Quantum Print & Packaging has added two new machines to its kit line-up as it continues an ongoing investment drive that has so far seen it spend “over six figures” during the past 18 months.

Fujifilm UK launches new plate business model

Fujifilm UK has launched a new litho plate management business model that it said will allow printers to cost-effectively manage or outsource their plate production.

Agfa confirms plate price rise

Agfa has announced immediate plate price rises of up to 10% due to rocketing aluminium costs.

Sonora sales jump in Kodak Q1 results

Kodak achieved double-digit growth in volumes for its Sonora process-free and Flexcel flexo plates in Q1, but posted a loss for the quarter amid moves that could lead to more M&A activity at the business.

Fujifilm offers printers a step to processless with new low-chem plate

Fujifilm has launched a new low-chemistry plate that only requires a one-stage gum clean out, rather than traditional processing chemistry.

Executive changes at Kodak

Kodak’s Brad Kruchten is to retire later this month after 36 years at the company, and will be replaced at the helm of its worldwide printing business with another long-serving executive.

Agfa launches new eco-friendly plate

Agfa Graphics has launched the new Adamas plate, which is said to offer all of the benefits of existing chem-free alternatives but “brings robustness to a whole new level”.

Kodak revenue down but profits up in full-year results

Kodak has released its full-year and Q4 2017 earnings, posting $94m in net earnings for the year, but with revenue down 7% to $1.5bn (£1.1bn), from $1.64bn in 2016.

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