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Hearst pays US$55 million to let Transcontinental exit SF print
Hearst pays US$55 million to let Transcontinental exit SF print

Of its day, it was the flagship printing plant and a leader in the move towards outsourced print. Now production of the San Francisco Chronicle is being handed back to its publisher Hearst Communications.

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Baldwin scores QuadTech to create colour rego giant
Baldwin scores QuadTech to create colour rego giant

After nosing around the colour registration segment with two earlier acquisitions, cashed-up Baldwin Technology has picked up QuadTech from its US printer owner Quad/Graphics.

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News shutting Warwick print again after two years
News shutting Warwick print again after two years

The two-year-old coldset web facility in Warwick is to be the first print casualty of News Corp Australia's acquisition of the former APN Australian Regional Media operation.

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Fund to help family after man dies in ink works accident
Fund to help family after man dies in ink works accident

An accident at DIC Australia's ink factory in inner-Sydney Auburn has left one man dead and two others in hospital.

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K&B's birthday presents go to aid medical charity
K&B's birthday presents go to aid medical charity

Birthday gifts to mark Koenig & Bauer's bicentenary have been doubled by the press maker to make a 60,300 Euro donation to Doctors Without Borders.

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Go east, NPES/VDMA study tells western print industry
Go east, NPES/VDMA study tells western print industry

Eat your hearts out, America and Germany... Asia is where the growth is.

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China's industry joins for bicentenary party
China's industry joins for bicentenary party

Koenig & Bauer took its bicentenary celebrations to Wuxi in a special event for the Chinese printing industry.

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Lockley swaps 'little engine that could' for boys' toys
Lockley swaps 'little engine that could' for boys' toys

Five years ago GXpress created the image of Greg Hywood and Fairfax production chief Bob Lockley driving the "little engine that could", as they tackled the closure of its two largest print plants.

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Baldwin buys PC Industries, its third purchase this year
Baldwin buys PC Industries, its third purchase this year

Baldwin will move further into print inspection with the acquisition of US-based PC Industries.

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K&B eyes 1.25 billion-Euro year as service, deliveries surge
K&B eyes 1.25 billion-Euro year as service, deliveries surge

A surge in press deliveries at the end of the year is likely to push Koenig & Bauer's group revenue to 1.25 billion Euros, the company says.

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Penang papers get through despite disastrous floods
Penang papers get through despite disastrous floods

Northern editions of the New Straits Times, Berita Harian and Harian Metro were still produced regardless of heavy rain, winds and floods which hit the Malaysian island of Penang at the weekend.

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Schmidt draws a line on three decades of KBA PR
Schmidt draws a line on three decades of KBA PR

Klaus Schmidt was already halfway through his 28 years as Koenig & Bauer director of marketing and corporate communications when we told him we were launching GXpress Magazine.

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HKMB advises as 3T and ABB collaborate on automation
HKMB advises as 3T and ABB collaborate on automation

German newspaper publisher HKMB will act as a development and demonstration centre in a new cooperation including ABB Printing and 3TControl Precision Systems.

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Manugraph sells North American unit, reports
Manugraph sells North American unit, reports

Florida-headquartered The Siebold Company is to buy Manugraph DGM's parts and service unit, according to reports.

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manroland's role in the (auld) mug's game
manroland's role in the (auld) mug's game

manroland sheetfed is going sailing next year to support a bid to wrest the 'auld mug' from the Kiwis.

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Koenig & Bauer 'on it' in bicentenary packaging push
Koenig & Bauer 'on it' in bicentenary packaging push

Bicentenarian KBA is shrugging off part of its web-offset heritage with the launch of a new corporate identity based only on the names of the group's founders.

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ANP Jakarta - a formula worth repeating (with gallery)
ANP Jakarta - a formula worth repeating (with gallery)

Two days which included a plant visit, technical sessions and networking raised questions but left delegates at this year's ANP conference in little doubt about one thing: They should do it again next year.

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Ringel moves over for two new EAE managing directors
Ringel moves over for two new EAE managing directors

After helping steer EAE through its restructuring post its acquisition by QI Press Controls, Werner Ringel is handing the baton to not one but two new managing directors.

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Nine press orders (plus Ive?) keep manroland on target
Nine press orders (plus Ive?) keep manroland on target

Nine press orders in the last three months worth a total of 80 million Euros ($119.2 million) are helping keep manroland web's revenue on target, the German press maker says.

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Long and short of rounding up a winning cattle-dog
Long and short of rounding up a winning cattle-dog

Australia's 2017 catalogue awards was - as always - a contest of big budgets and small, long runs and short, giants and minnows of the print industry.

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KBA books 15 million Euros net profit
KBA books 15 million Euros net profit

KBA says sales in the second quarter of 2017 were down, despite successes at three trade shows and expansion of its service business.

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PANPA print finalists take the long way home
PANPA print finalists take the long way home

It's one of the most-travelled newspapers in Australia - trucked the 1500 km from Darwin to Alice Springs... but also one of the best-printed.

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Gramedia visit an ANP conference highlight
Gramedia visit an ANP conference highlight

Networking and golf play an important part in ASEAN Newspaper Printers' annual conference, but the real business is about print.

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manroland bets on packaging as web press profit grows
manroland bets on packaging as web press profit grows

manroland web systems says its grew profits by almost five per cent in 2016 on reduced orders and almost flat turnover.

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QIPC-EAE puts a 'figure' on its 15-year Indian relationship
QIPC-EAE puts a 'figure' on its 15-year Indian relationship

A 15-year relationship between Indian single-width press maker The Printers House and the QIPC-EAE partnership has been marked with a presentation.

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