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Mail sector has learnt plenty of new tricks

The world has changed immeasurably since the start of the Covid pandemic and while it has clearly been a devastating crisis in so many ways, there have been some positives, particularly in the ways that society adapted to cope with the situation, and many of those have been retained.

YM Group: what went wrong?

There are lots of odd things about the current situation at YM Group, where more than 500 people are out of work after the sudden fall into administration of its three web offset sites.

Pack sector fends off mounting challenges

No industry has been unchallenged over the past two years since Covid-19 took a stranglehold on our lives, with even the most pandemic- proof sectors at the very least needing to quickly adapt to new ways of working to keep staff and other stakeholders safe.

Navigating the paper supply crisis

The issues currently affecting paper supplies are well-documented. Seismic changes in European capacity involving machine closures and mill conversions over the past four years have now taken effect.

MacroArt’s change mentality is at the heart of its post-Covid recovery

Branding and signage specialist MacroArt has, it’s fair to say, been quite busy during 2021. Like many wide-format businesses, but particularly those with a big presence in the live events and exhibitions sectors, work started to dry up quickly in March 2020 when the UK was plunged into its first coronavirus lockdown.

Go green or go home 

Being sustainable is not only good business practice but increasingly a crucial requirement for many customers.

Viva the green industrial revolution!

Steve Turner, assistant general secretary for manufacturing at Unite, argues the case for a reshaped economy that is built around green jobs, and points out that the printing industry is well-placed to successfully shift to greener technologies, production methods and materials.

DTG has designs on XL-sized growth

Consumer preferences and spending habits have been evolving for years, with attention shifting away from bricks-and-mortar stores to online retailers, and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has struck another major blow to the high street.

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