Print, long bashed as a relic of a bygone era, seems to be making a comeback with an unlikely bunch of backers — digital-content companies.
Unencumbered by the old legacy structures that boosted ad-rate bases with low-quality subscriptions, the new digital-to-print movement for the most part... Read more...
manroland web systems’ Eckhard Hoerner-Marass (left) has left the company.
Mr Hoerner-Marass has been responsible for the development of the web offset printing side of the business since September 2012.
He led the company group back to a profit zone within the second quarter of 2013 and against... Read more...
Above the Cloud by Phil Walker, managing director, PCS
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But does cloud-based working automatically sound a death knell for... Read more...
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BRITAIN'S regional and local newspaper staff defied floods and gales to ensure they produced their titles and reported on the devastating effects of this winter's headline-grabbing weather, while not missing an edition.
None of the UK's newspaper presses reported any disruption to production while... Read more...
St Clements Press has completed its new installation of CTP equipment and production workflow at its east London print plant.
The equipment, supplied by fujifilm Graphic Systems, comprises two Krause LS Performance platesetters with BlueFin processors and Fujifilm plates and workflow software.
The full story and comments from FT operations manager Dean Baker appear in the February issue of printed PJ
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St. Clements Press, the east London-based print subsidiary of the Financial Times, has placed an order with Fujifilm Graphic Systems for Krause ctp equipment, along with Fujifilm workflow software and a Fujifilm plate deal.
FT chief production officer Peter Slaughter told PJ (January printed issue) that the equipment was ordered and would be implemented this month.
See February printed PJ for full story
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