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East London community printer launches after £1m kit haul


Based under a railway arch in Tower Hamlets, the commercial print start-up is overseen by general manager Gulzar Shuvo. It aims to serve clients in the local community, with a particular focus on printing...

Hickling & Squires in Xerox Iridesse UK first


The Newthorpe, Nottingham-based business has purchased the machine – direct from Xerox – alongside a new Xerox Versant 3100 to boost its capacity and enable it to offer a wider variety of colour printing...

Fujifilm files $1bn suit against Xerox


The suit was filed with the federal court for the southern district of New York in Manhattan, US, yesterday (18 June). In the court papers, Fujifilm accused Xerox of breaking its agreement by making a...

Fujifilm seeks legal backing to enforce Xerox deal


According to a report in the New York Post on Friday (15 June), the move flies in the face of a supposedly successful attempt to halt the $6.1bn (£4.5bn) merger by activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin...

Oppboga Bruk eyes UK growth as new hires free up MD


Both starting at the business on 1 June, Fredrik Johansson will be based in Sweden and will focus on the Nordic markets while Mark Khoukh will be based in Switzerland and will focus on the DACH region (Germany,...

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Heidelberg bullish on inkjet prospects


Alongside its year-end results, the manufacturer said that with serial production underway, it planned to install at least one Primefire B1 sheetfed inkjet press or Labelfire hybrid label press a month...

Crescent takes Indigo and Horizon haul in £1.5m investment


Taken on at the start of April, the circa £1m Indigo replaced an aging B2 litho press at the commercial printer's Solihull base.
Prior to 2013, the firm’s offering purely consisted of litho, so the...

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Fujifilm boss speaks out on Xerox deal


Speaking to financial journalists at a briefing in Tokyo earlier this week, Fujifilm’s chairman and chief executive rejected the notion of making an increased, $40 (£30) per share offer for the business....

Pandaprint takes Scotland's first Versafire EV


 Dunfermline-based Pandaprint installed the EV at the end of May and it will run alongside a Heidelberg Linoprint digital printer and a Ricoh Pro 8100S mono production printer. As the EV is based on Ricoh’s...

Canon enters digital labels market


The LabelStream 4000 was unveiled today at the Canon Océ Customer Experience Center in Poing, near Munich.
It has been developed in cooperation with two British firms: inkjet integrator FFEI and label...

Fujifilm blasts 'self-serving' Xerox settlement


The filing at the New York State Supreme Court describes the settlement agreed between investors Darwin Deason and Carl Icahn, and a number of now former Xerox board members including CEO Jeff Jacobson,...

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Lola Print celebrates 30th anniversary


The four-staff company in Aldermaston, Berks, runs two Ricoh machines, a Pro C7100 and a Pro C5100 installed in 2015; two Canon wide-format devices, an IPF 8300 and an IPF 780; and an HP Latex machine....

Route One adds high-end inkjet web


The Rotherham company is owned by Bluetree Design & Print, which entered the top 100 in PrintWeek’s latest Top 500 survey after posting a 35% increase in sales to £23m in the year to 30 April 2017.
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Dynamic takes UK's first Versafire EV


Slough-based Dynamic is set to install the machine, first announced by Heidelberg in March, in the early part of June to expand and reinforce its creative print output.
Costing the commercial printer...

First SureColor F2100 goes to First XV


Taken on at the start of April, the machine was chosen by the Edinburgh-based t-shirt printer after a period of shopping around, as well as considering outsourcing.
Supplied by Castle Donington-based...

Rethink CMYK in administration


Kelly Burton and Lisa Hogg from insolvency practitioner Wilson Field were appointed by the Barnsley-based company’s directors as joint administrators on 10 May, after the business – Garnett Dickinson’s...

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Fujifilm to take legal action over thwarted Xerox merger deal


On Sunday evening (13 May), Xerox announced it had reached a settlement with activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason, which resulted in the cancellation of its deal with Fujifilm, worth $6.1bn...

Royal wedding uplift for printcos


A plethora of memorabilia to mark the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has sprung up, including bunting and commemorative t-shirts. 
National newspapers are also poised to rush out special...

Armor looks to new markets at Fespa


According to application manager Andreas Dieringer, the firms is using its stand (2.2-D21) to facilitate conversations with potential customers about their requirements and the trends impacting the market,...

Kornit adds HD capability to Storm


The firm has added the HD technology to the mid-range Storm device following its successful launch on the higher-throughput Avalanche, for which Kornit has already secured some $5m-worth (£3.7m) of orders....

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