Digital printing

Much has changed in the  digital colour space over the past eight years

Drupa visitors can expect a digital print wonderland

The options for digital colour have come a long way, and the market is now fiercely competitive.

How to better promote print

How can print businesses influence the marketing mix in order to better promote print? That was the question posed by Canon and the IPIA to a panel of nine print bosses from the latter’s membership,...

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Wood Richardson launches customisable paper wrap service

Commercial printer Wood Richardson has modified one of its digital presses to open up applications for the short-run paper wrapping market, and offer mailing companies an affordable way to produce...

Xerox goes on attack after HP rejection

Xerox has hit back at the HP board’s rejection of its takeover proposal, pledging to pursue the proposed acquisition and giving HP’s board a deadline of Monday or it will make an offer direct to HP’s...

ASL Group acquires Smart Print Technology

Cambridge-headquartered managed office services provider ASL Group has acquired Smart Print Technology, a print equipment and consumables supplier based in Welwyn Garden City.

Moo courts customers for possible fundraise

Fast-growing Moo could crowdfund a future investment round via its 1m-plus customer base.

HP rebuffs Xerox offer

HP’s board has “unanimously rejected” Xerox’s takeover offer, stating that it undervalues HP and is not in the best interests of the company’s shareholders.

Miles: Heidelberg has to 'find new ways to add value'

Heidelberg UK boss Ryan Miles says the business has to have “a new approach” in the face of structural change in its main marketplace.

New B2 digital cutter from IGS makes debut this week

International Graphic Supplies (IGS) will show a new B2 version of its Titanium digital cutting and creasing device at the Heidelberg open house event later this week.

Xerox and HP: latest on possible takeover

Xerox has given HP four weeks to carry out due diligence over its possible $22 a share takeover offer, although tensions over who would run the combined entity could stymie the deal according to...

IIJ expands premises

Industrial Inkjet (IIJ) has doubled the size of its manufacturing base, ahead of its 15th year of business in 2020.

Koenig & Bauer sticks with 'strict' price discipline

Koenig & Bauer has said that hitting its year-end targets will be "significantly more challenging" as it holds firm on prices in face of continuing competitor pressure, with order intake slipping and...