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Two events graphics stalwarts have led an MBO at Callprint group company Jupiter Visual Communications and set an ambitious target of doubling the size of the business in 12 months.
Grafenia has raised around £1.1m before expenses via a share subscription, which will be used to further expand the business.
Seasoned businesswoman Mayura Joshi has entered the print sector for the first time by opening her own Signs Express centre.
Derwent Displays is set to round off a two-year, £1.75m investment drive with the reboot of its website to reflect the enhanced diversity and capacity of its services.
Roland DG has introduced the latest addition to its VersaUV LEF range of wide-format UV printers, the streamlined LEF2-200 benchtop flatbed.
Xaar has issued a trading update ahead of its year-end results, stating that the integration issues that had caused problems for the business are now over.
KEP Print Group has taken on the UK’s first Genesis-V wide-format cutting table from Blackman & White to keep pace with customer demand.
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A recent addition to the available MIS options intended to cover all bases.
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