A neat technical solution has delivered "more" with less for readers of News Corp's Sydney community newspapers.
Indonesian maker Asia Pulp and Paper is to invest Rs 24,000 crore ($4.69 billion) in a mill and port facilities in Prakasam, India.
Australia's Sydney-based printing trade show, PrintEx19 strengthens its packaging focus this year, adding the Labels and Packaging Expo to its existing co-location arrangement with Visual Impact.
manroland Goss has taken a further step into the used machinery business with the acquisition of Dutch specialist GWS Printing Systems.
More than 100,000 people attended this year's All in Print China trade show in Shanghai.
German-designed stackers and mailroom equipment will be made in China under an agreement between Gammerler and Goss Graphic Systems (China).
Journalist and publisher of Indian trade magazine All about Newspapers, Surinder Khurana has died after a three-year illness, aged 71.
PMP is to rebrand and "draw a line in the sand" after a spectacular fall in earnings it blames on the ACCC and newspaper publishers who brought work inhouse.
manroland Goss says it has formed a group of skilled engineers to support customers of Harland Simon, after acquiring print-related IP rights of the company, which is in administration.
More than 1000 guests attended two open days at the new Goss Graphic Systems China factory in Shanghai during the course of the All In Print exhibition in the city last month.
Staff and creditors of UK-based control systems company Harland Simon are likely to be almost £5 million (A$8.75 million) out of pocket following the company's collapse last month.
Aggressively expanding its global reach with the appointment of Ron Ehrhardt as sales director - Americas, DCOS Automation has added a partnership with Webco New Zealand for Australasia and Indonesia.
Waterless newspaper printers around the world started their annual gettogether with an update on new sites, one of which is to host next year's conference.
Gary Thompson knew his audience at Ifra India wanted his take on the future of newsprint prices, but restricted his predictions to a statement that "we expect the tight supply to end soon".
While print is changing in India as it is other countries, it remains a very effective tool in the armoury of media agency Lodestar UM.
Newspaper publishers in south and southeast Asia accounted for a third of the winners in WAN-Ifra's first print innovation awards.
Press dryer maker Megtec has a new owner (again) as power generation giant Babcock & Wilcox copes with a shrinking core market and a couple of troublesome projects.
Production of web presses at the former Goss International facility in Durham has ended following its merger to form manroland Goss web systems.
Prospective purchasers were circling Harland Simon after the UK-based press control systems specialist was granted extended creditor protection under UK company law today.
It's 'the Ifra' again, and around halls 21 and 22 of the Berlin Messe, the talk seems to be of defying gravity.
Shorter page lengths are coming to News Corp Australia communities with 14 Sydney titles switching to match the format of the group's glossy newspapers in the city.
Brewer CUB is shouting Melbourne commuter paper mX another round, three years after publisher News Corp Australia called last orders.
Asian and Indian newspapers have taken four of the top prizes in WAN-Ifra's new Print Innovation Awards.
News Corp print sites in Queensland and NSW are buzzing after taking on work from Fairfax Media and customers of the closed Horton Media plant, and with the upgrade of more of its own property publications to heatset.
Dinner and a visit to Karangkraf Media Group's print site in Shah Alam is a highlight of this year's ASEAN Newspaper Printers conference
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