You probably won't need the seventh DRUPA Global Trends Report to tell you that publishing shows "the clearest evidence of active decline in revenues".
Gisborne Herald apprentice Bonny Seymour is among an expanded line-up of 12 finalists named for PrintNZ's Apprentice of the Year competition.
Australian Community Media is clearing the magazine and printing plant at the former Beaudesert Times site in Queensland it bought from Nine Entertainment.
A three-stage press installation at Stuart Web in Florida has transformed the commercial printer's single-width press, virtually without upsetting production.
A recently-acquired Goss Universal 50 at leading Colombian newspaper Vanguardia Liberal is to have its QI Press Controls' colour register and cut-off system updated.
When Gerhard Tapken bought the newspaper printing company of which he was managing director in 2018, "many people thought I was crazy".
Xeikon says digital web presses using its new Sirius technology will run at up to 30 metres per minute.
Technology from HP and Koenig & Bauer comes together in what is being billed as the biggest digital inkjet web press in the world.
Digital printing plant now being installed in Montpelier, France is central to a new initiative aimed at building a future for a regional daily and the nation's press.
Printers from Thailand learned more about LED-UV printing at an open day in Bangkok.
Having consolidated first to bring IPMG's NSW sites together, and again to allow the closure of PMP Moorebank, Ovato had something to show guests at Warwick Farm yesterday.
Former chairman of IPMG Michael Hannan is back in the chair following its merger with PMP to create Australian printing giant Ovato.
Agfa has launched a new "spiral-shaped" screening technology for newspapers it says will hold a 1-99 per cent dot.
Kodak says US catalogue printer Inserts East is saving time and money with its process-free plates.
Belgian digital press maker Xeikon, which is an OEM partner of Agfa for CTP systems - is consolidating production ahead of its next 'leap forward'.
A commitment to eliminate single-use plastic in newspaper products has seen News Corp's Newsprinters operation in Knowsley, Liverpool, package the Sun TV Magazine and inserts with the main paper, rather than shipping separately in polywrapped bundles.
Swiss mailroom vendor Ferag is celebrating the installation of a packaging line at Bartaman in Kolkata, its first order from the young Indian publisher.
Control electronics and other mailroom components have been updated in a major project at RCS Group in Milan.
Xerox is calling off its hostile takeover attempt of HP.
The postponement of DRUPA has led to rescheduling of Hunkeler's Innovationdays event for digital printing and finishing.
Organisers of Australia's PacPrint print trade show have postponed the Melbourne events following the postponement of DRUPA.
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