Warners installed its third batch of solar panels in April 2023

Warners upgrades sheetfed with new Manroland 710

Warners Midlands has upgraded one of its two Manroland sheetfed presses with a Manroland R710P Elite 3B press.

Byline Times co-founder Peter Jukes visits Blackmore Press

Byline Times lands on newsstands

Crowdfunded newspaper the Byline Times has released its first-ever retail print edition, with copies of the first issue landing on newsstands at the end of October.

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.

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...

Konica Minolta goes for high-end with new toner device

Konica Minolta has entered the high-speed cut sheet toner production print market for the first time with a new feature-rich device and the promise of rapid ROI for users.

Komori to install first beta for Landa-powered press

Komori is poised to install the first beta of its Impremia NS40 press, which uses Landa Nanographic technology under licence, at a Japanese printer.

Latimer Trend blames Brexit as 130-year-old firm hits buffers

Long-established book and journal printer Latimer Trend is going into administration after creditors rejected plans for a CVA, with the firm blaming Brexit and a dramatic drop-off in work over the...

Trade body 'deplores' US tariffs on print

European trade federation Intergraf has hit out against the inclusion of printed matter in the burgeoning US-EU trade dispute, citing the UK and Germany as the biggest losers if tariffs on...

Sun Chemical inks Epple deal for food-safe know-how

Printing ink giant Sun Chemical has signed a deal with Epple Druckfarben aimed at taking Epple’s specialist sheetfed offset inks for direct food contact to a wider global market.

Heidelberg off to better start in Q2

Heidelberg has reported “a far better order situation” as it begins the second quarter of its financial year 2019/2020.

K&B boss derides competitor price cuts

Koenig & Bauer’s chief executive has taken a very public side swipe at price cutting by competitors – naming Heidelberg, Bobst and Komori – in the group’s half-year results.

GEW to launch new LED curing system

GEW is set to launch its new LeoLED UV curing system in a bid to make the technology affordable and accessible, with versions for label printing and sheetfed offset available.