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  • International Print Biennale returns to the North East
    International Print Biennale returns to the North East

    The Biennale, which first took place in 2009 and is organised by Northern Print, is a celebration of contemporary print that showcases works in a number of exhibition venues across the city. It will...


  • Bobst to launch world?s highest productivity vacuum...
    Bobst to launch world?s highest productivity vacuum metallizer

    The Bobst K5 Expert runs at speeds of 1,200m/min and is an update on the current K5000 model. Live demonstrations will be taking place at the open house on 18 October. Bobst global head of sales and...


  • Cliftons continues investment strategy with...
    Cliftons continues investment strategy with guillotine purchase

    The new guillotine joins another Perfecta 115, an SE model, installed last year. It was signed for at Drupa and purchased from Intelligent Finishing Systems (IFS), with installation taking place very...


  • Grafenia grows Nettl family to 70 and announces new...
    Grafenia grows Nettl family to 70 and announces new partner events

    The first Nettl webshop was opened in September 2014 with 25 signed by June last year, when the group announced a new strategy to make Nettl a central component of the group?s business operations. ...


  • Future launches spooky new quarterly
    Future launches spooky new quarterly

    Horrorville, the 12,000-run first issue of which hit the newsstands yesterday (25 August), joins Crime Scene and Comic Heroes as the third specialist quarterly title in Future?s film group. Future...


  • Macfarlane posts strong interim growth amidst busy...
    Macfarlane posts strong interim growth amidst busy acquisition year

    Group turnover for the six months to 30 June 2016 was £81.4m, a 3.7% increase on the same period in 2015. Pre-tax profit rose by 8.1%, from £1.85m to £2m. The board has recommended an interim dividend...


  • Hollywood Monster to unveil new identity at major...
    Hollywood Monster to unveil new identity at major autumn event

    It comes after Simon McKenzie?s position as managing director of the firm was finally made official this month, after the departure of co-founder and former managing director Tim Andrews. McKenzie has...


  • Colourgraphic invests in Canon
    Colourgraphic invests in Canon

    The machine was signed for at Drupa, after much consideration from Colourgraphic managing director Vince Scardarella, who looked at machines from a number of different manufacturers. It was installed...


  • Deliveries of new Baumann-Wohlenberg cutters delayed...
    Deliveries of new Baumann-Wohlenberg cutters delayed by high demand

    According to Baumann general sales manager Sven Schubert, the machines, which were shown for the first time at Drupa, were due to be delivered to customers around August or September, but most will now...


  • Herma unveils new seawater- and chemical-resistant...
    Herma unveils new seawater- and chemical-resistant product

    The German manufacturer has launched the new Herma PP inkjet label substrate, set to go on sale next month, specifically for use on rough plastic or metal surfaces that may come into contact with seawater...


  • Xaar roll-out of new printheads gathers pace
    Xaar roll-out of new printheads gathers pace

    The Cambridge-headquartered inkjet developer officially launched the new thin film printhead at Drupa. Chief executive Doug Edwards said that following 60 successful demonstrations to potential partners...


  • Langley posts strong interims
    Langley posts strong interims

    The interim results for the six months to 30 June 2016 for the Langley Holdings group of companies show sales of ?417.1m (£355.5m. 2015: ?417.4m) with an increase in pre-tax profits to ?48.9m, up from...


  • Former digital boss at Rhapsody heads new UK venture...
    Former digital boss at Rhapsody heads new UK venture for Sprylab

    The new UK venture's main purpose is to promote Purple DS, Sprylab's digital publishing platform. It was officially opened in June in Old Street, London, following Rahim's appointment in May. ?The...


  • Agfa completes Anapurna hybrid range
    Agfa completes Anapurna hybrid range

    The new 3.2m-wide printer, which handles roll as well as rigid media, adds to the existing 2.05m (H2050i) and 2.5m (H2500i) devices in the range and is an extension of the roll-to-roll Anapurna RTR3200i,...


  • Artisan Signs opts for Mimaki
    Artisan Signs opts for Mimaki

    The Mimaki, which cost £60,000, was installed in early July and is Artisan?s first machine to print wider than 2.5m. It replaced a 10-year-old Mimaki JV3, which Artisan general manager Alison Davey...


  • Whistl wins first combined NI government contract
    Whistl wins first combined NI government contract

    The contract, which was put out to a competitive tender by the Department of Finance?s Central Procurement Directorate (CPD), is the first time the NI government has given the task of sorting and transporting...


  • Print farmer leaves trail of clients out of pocket
    Print farmer leaves trail of clients out of pocket

    Concerns are being raised about Houseprint Ltd, trading as The Printing House, despite the fact that the company has now been placed in liquidation as it may have been reincarnated under a different name....


  • Tewkesbury in post-press upgrade
    Tewkesbury in post-press upgrade

    The new machines, which were purchased at Drupa, were installed last week. The two machines replace older Heidelberg models that had been with Tewkesbury for more than a decade. Tewkesbury is now...


  • Blake recruits former Robert Horne director
    Blake recruits former Robert Horne director

    Graham Carlin joined Blake Envelopes as operations director in August 2015, following the demise of former employer Robert Horne, and was promoted to the position of general manager last month.  Carlin...


  • New trade service from Letterpress Junction
    New trade service from Letterpress Junction

    Ed Denovan and Glenn Church were both running private presses. Denovan was behind Letterpress Works, while Church produced the Inky Beard Times. The duo has rented space at the Canterbury facility...


  • YRG Eclipse invests and relocates with funding package
    YRG Eclipse invests and relocates with funding package

    It installed an AB Graphics Digicon 3000 digital inline finisher two weeks ago and an HP Indigo WS6800 around six weeks ago. YRG Eclipse, simply called Eclipse until it was bought by Yorkshire Repro-Graphic...


  • ICSM brings in the heavies for debt recovery
    ICSM brings in the heavies for debt recovery

    The business, Debt Collection Bailliffs Limited (DCBL), which featured in Channel 5 series Can't Pay, We'll Take It Away!, uses High Court enforcement officers as one method of 'encouraging' bad debtors...


  • Kenyan joint venture for De La Rue
    Kenyan joint venture for De La Rue

    The move is part of De La Rue?s manufacturing review, announced in November 2015. The facility will become one of De La Rue?s four centres of excellence for banknote and security printing. It will...


  • GMG officially launches proofing media with OBA
     GMG officially launches proofing media with OBA

    The proofing substrate became available a week ago, to be sold alongside a similar semi-matte paper released at Drupa. Its price varies depending on quantity bought. The paper is GMG?s first matte...


  • DC Thomson extends Telegraph offering
    DC Thomson extends Telegraph offering

    The new 40pp newspaper is being printed at DC Thomson?s Dundee printing arm, Discovery Printing and will feature new 24-page entertainment magazine, Seven.  The Evening Telegraph, which is produced...


  • Domino to boost Asia presence with new production...
    Domino to boost Asia presence with new production facility

    The Cambridge-headquartered commercial inkjet printing and industrial coding, marking and labelling equipment manufacturer held a foundation stone laying ceremony to mark the start of construction of the...


  • Instantprint and Route One in continued recruitment...
    Instantprint and Route One in continued recruitment drive

    The hiring scheme is supported by a £1.5m investment grant from Sheffield City Region?s Unlocking Business Investment growth programme. The funding is provided on the basis that at least 100 jobs are created...


  • Blunkett to speak at Printing Charity luncheon
    Blunkett to speak at Printing Charity luncheon

    Blunkett is this year?s TPC president and attended its recent Print Futures Awards ceremony, where he made the keynote speech. He was also the guest speaker at the Annual Luncheon in 2014. Newly...


  • Rio 2016 pushes newspaper print schedules
    Rio 2016 pushes newspaper print schedules

    The four-hour time difference between Rio and the UK, combined with some late evening start times, mean that crucial events involving Team GB athletes or high-profile stars like Usain Bolt have been coming...


  • Route One in UK installation first
    Route One in UK installation first

    Both machines were installed at the end of July, and are now in what Route One managing director Adam Carnell has described as the ?ramp-up? phase. The company made the £1.5m investment primarily in...


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