• After spending 15 years building its reputation as a go-to signage and grand format print company, with Mimaki printers at its heart, Carrickfergus-based Signscript Ltd knew that the new Mimaki UJV55-320 LED UV roll-fed printer would give them the long term quality needed to boost production capacity for the retail and exhibition industries.
  • Xeretec, one of the largest and most experienced independent resellers of Xerox digital print solutions in Ireland and the UK,has partnered with finishing solutions supplier DBC Group to host an exciting product showcase event at the Xerox Innovation Centre in Blanchardstown, Dublin on 24th and 25th November.
  • The Installation of a Heidelberg Speedmaster XL106-8-P at Northern Ireland printer W&G Baird is currently underway, with the company expecting that the new press will equal the work currently being produced by two ten colour presses, whilst also significantly reducing its carbon footprint.
  • UK National Newspaper to Cease Print Production and Go Online Only
    UK National Newspaper to Cease Print Production and Go Online Only In a move that could in the years to come, be seen as a watershed moment in print history, the owners of the UK’s Independent and Sunday Independent newspapers have announced that both national publications will be published in digital format only from next month.
  • Castlebar print company, Cashin Print has been acquired by Ohio-based Multi-Color Corporation. The Mayo printer, which employs 70 people at its Breaffy Road facility, recently celebrated its 50th anniversary having been founded in 1965 by Seamus Cashin, father of current MD Damien Cashin.