Print buying

(L-R) Glenhaze's Gary McCulloch with McLaren's Michael McLaren and Donald McLaren

McLaren Packaging acquires Glenhaze

McLaren Packaging has revealed its acquisition of fellow Scottish business, protective packaging specialist Glenhaze.

Mediahuis Ireland publishes a wide range of titles

Mediahuis Ireland to cut jobs; parent completes acquisition

Mediahuis Ireland has laid out details of a new voluntary redundancy programme, while its parent group has also acquired the remaining 30% stake in German publisher Medienhaus Aachen.

PMG acquires JPS

PMG Print Management has acquired fellow Yorkshire print management company John Petty Services, known as JPS.

Choudry (centre) winning the Marketing Pioneer Award

Resource director Choudry wins major marketing award

The sales and marketing director of Leeds-based full-service communications agency Resource has been named as a winner at the 2023 Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Global Marketing Excellence...

Mail prompts more online than in store purchases

Mail effectiveness increases in Q3

JICMail, the joint industry currency for ad mail, has released its data for Q3 2023, which revealed that 6% of mail prompted a purchase in Q3 2023, up from 5% a year ago.

The new site is efficiently connected to major road networks

Haybrooke backs growth with new office; hails record PaaS print spend

Haybrooke has supported its continued growth by relocating to a new office, while also achieving a record print spend for its ‘printing as a service’ (PaaS) procurement model.

Wrapology turned over £6.5m globally in 2022. Image Source: © Wrapology (Int) Ltd

Wrapology to be bought by Germany’s Carton Group

Carton Group, a German packaging specialist owned by investment firm Waterland, is set to buy London-based luxury packaging firm Wrapology.

Royal Mail shares sink as it warns on outlook

Shares in Royal Mail have tumbled despite the group posting its strongest UK sales at the half-year stage in five years, after it warned on outlook and admitted its transformation plan was behind...

Paper mills hit by Aspenlink failure

Paper converting and merchanting business Aspenlink owed creditors nearly £2.7m when it suddenly went bust last month.

Moo courts customers for possible fundraise

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

Tech-ni-Fold director releases anti-bullying book

Tech-ni-Fold managing director Graham Harris has authored a new book about bullying and how to overcome it.

Printers busy with election print jobs

With four weeks to go until the General Election, political parties are ramping up campaigning activity with a wide range of printers benefiting as a result – while at least one Brexit Party candidate...