After developing its own insert management system over a number of years, Swiss media giant Tamedia has switched to MWM's Print 365 to manage production of more than a billion newspapers a year.
A surge of new orders has prompted upgrades to the seven-tower Goss press at Italian printer STEC.
Kodak has partnered with Microsoft to deliver a range of business solutions in North America and western Europe.
Remote processing facilities have enabled US-based Horizon Publications to centralise plate workflow across its Arizona, California and Massachusetts newspapers.
Phil Rennell is leaving Australia's Currie Group after a "new organisational plan" has taken away his job of 20 years.
A US heatset printer is installing the country's first Wisprint 40 press.
David Currie has announced his retirement from executive duties at the family business of Currie Group, with the appointment of Rob Mesaros as chief executive.
Fujifilm has announced that its Diosynth Biotechnologies in the UK will make the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine.
Potential exhibitors in Australia's PacPrint trade show are being urged to move quick to win a share of a $50 million funding pool.
Canadian-based media and research company Corporate Knights has ranked paper maker UPM at number 22 of its 100 most sustainable corporations.
Yet another US association merger will see a union between Idealliance and the Printing United Alliance.
Apple guru and technology tutor Laura Moynihan has joined the US Graphic Communication Advisors Group.
A Turkish printer has followed its M600 purchase with a second 16-page heatset press, this time a manroland Rotoman.
A free viewer to show DPart metadata in PDF documents has been introduced by Callas Software.
imPressions Worldwide president Tom Loesch reports that a two-unit Goss Community book press is on its way to a customer in Manila, the Philippines.
A new edition of Emge's World Printing & Writing Papers forecast report includes updated forecasts for the COVID-19 era, with end-use trends.
What do you want for Christmas when you already have eight, 16, 24, 32, 48, 56, 72, 84, 96 and 120pp presses? Netherlands-headquartered heatset print group Em de Jong didn't have an 80pp press, an omission it's rectifying in the new year.
technotrans has presented its vision for 2025 with a transition to a single brand and a boost in revenue.
Dutch publisher DPG Media is to upgrade production software using ABB's virtualised MPS Production 6 and Inform, adding a new control console application.
Langley Holdings, the privately-owned UK company that owns manroland Sheetfed, has bought BluePrint Products and Hi-Tech Chemicals from Heidelberg.
The controversial restructuring of heatset printer Ovato has moved a stage further with creditors unanimously agreeing to a plan which will see some receive half of what they are owed.
A dedicated pressline capable of producing 2500 pizza boxes a minute is at the heart of a high-tech project for manroland Goss in the New Year.
Problem with weak solids? Sun Chemical has finally added coldset web to its online troubleshooting guide.
UK newspapers are continuing to review print capacity following the plans to close two sites and the sale of three others.
Press manufacturer Heidelberg hopes to push further into China with a production joint venture with Masterwork.
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