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Confusion over next steps for ex-Bradley Group workers

Progress in the restructuring at two Bradley Group companies appears to have stalled, with former staff still unable to claim redundancy payments after a specialist business insolvency firm declined to work on the case.

Bradley Group: receivership looms for two entities

It now appears that Quinns Belfast (2009) and Nicholson & Bass ARE both going into receivership as part of the restructure at Belfast’s Bradley Group, which continues to trade from the group's Mallusk site.

Birtwells updates collation with Horizon buy

Birtwells has taken three Horizon VAC-600H collators in order to improve the efficiency of its carbonless books and pads output.

Bradley Group restructures NI ops

A restructure at Northern Ireland’s Bradley Group has involved workers at Quinnstheprinters and Nicholson Bass being made redundant and then reapplying for a reduced number of jobs.

Cimpress plans Irish move

Cimpress is proposing to shift its official entity from the Netherlands to Ireland for tax purposes.

Last Bros shuts, MD launches successor company

Last Bros has closed its doors as its owner retires and winds down the business, with the label and tab printer’s managing director founding a new company to continue its legacy.

Print firms join forces to hit M&A trail

The owners of Geoff Neal Group and Hardings Print Solutions have joined forces to buy trade finisher and printer Evoteam in the first part of a strategy to create a multi-faceted, full-service cooperative group.

Flexpress boosts book business with Horizon triple

Trade printer Flexpress has taken on three new Horizon finishing machines to strengthen its capabilities in book and brochure production.

Birtwell bolsters cutting with Polar investment

Trade printer Birtwell & Co has expanded its cutting capabilities after investing in a Polar N92 Plus guillotine.

Grafenia flags EBITDA hit alongside Nettl US growth opportunity

Grafenia expects to file a £1m-plus boost in sales for the financial year but has warned that it will post negative EBITDA for the period – although the firm said it had returned to breakeven based on monthly run rates for the current year.

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