A mock-up of Xeikon's Drupa booth, including one of its highlighted zones

Xeikon puts spotlight on specialist presses at Drupa

Xeikon plans to focus on digital presses for specialist applications at Drupa, including a new high-res inkjet model for labels and an inline embellishment system co-developed with Kurz.

The CardMailer will be among several systems demonstrated

KAS Paper Systems to host first public showing at Drupa

UK mailing machine manufacturer KAS Paper Systems will host the first public showing of its CardMailer card attaching system at Drupa.

In case you missed them, April’s most read stories

The end of one technology era and the beginning of another dominated April’s listicle, where the challenges facing some in the trade finishing sector were writ large.

Regulatory sea change represents a challenge and an opportunity

With the latest Earth Day still very fresh in our memories, our collective focus shifts towards our environmental footprint and the steps we can take to mitigate it.


NUtec invests in renewable energy for production

Leading manufacturer, NUtec Digital Ink recently announced a major stride in its sustainability journey with the installation of an extensive solar energy system at its main production facility.


Bridging talent gaps: Experlu's mission to connect skilled accountants and auditors with businesses

Thriving in today's competitive landscape is hard, but one way UK business owners can boost their prospects is by working with the best accounting and auditing professionals, but how to find them?


Celloglas files NOI as 'prelude to sale'

Celloglas has filed a Notice of Intention to Appoint Administrators (NOI) with a buyer said to be in the wings for its business and assets.

The changes would have impacted the production of £1bn of print

Drupa to catapult inkjet growth forward

Commercial inkjet print sales will dominate growth in the printing sector over the next five years, as Drupa catapults new technology into wider adoption, according to a new report by market...

Telegraph and Spectator sale saga continues

The saga over the future ownership of the Telegraph newspaper and Spectator magazine has entered a new phase after RedBird canned its takeover deal, putting the titles up for sale again.

The monthly publication’s most recent print issue was dated May 2024

Reader’s Digest UK closes

Reader’s Digest UK has come to an end after 86 years, according to its editor-in-chief.

James Cropper: reached an all-time high for sales across the group

James Cropper share price leaps on trading update

James Cropper’s share price has soared after the company said it was expecting to report revenue in line with – and profits slightly ahead of – its previous expectations for its FY 2024, according to...