MASSENA—Johnson Newspaper Corp. announced on Friday that it would close its print shop here. The company began printing in Massena in 2002, after consolidating the Ogdensburg and Malone print shops. Alec E. Johnson, president and chief operating officer, told staff that the plant will be closing because the equipment isRead More →

ROCHESTER, NY – Kodak is pleased to announce that KP Services (Jersey) Limited, a joint venture between Kodak and Guiton Group Limited, has secured printing contracts for UK national newspapers through May 2024. KP Services, based in Saint Savior, Jersey, continue to print newspapers from publishers News UK, The DailyRead More →

Recent global fluctuations have caused the market to brace for any changes to come. Keeping this in mind, the MarketandResearch.biz reviewed the market study under the title Global Newspaper Printing Machine Market from 2022 to 2028.The report has been painted taking basic assumptions – technological, social, economic, political, legal varyingRead More →

The study is a professional and comprehensive assessment of the newspaper printing machine market with an emphasis on in-depth analysis of market data. The aim of the study is to provide a quick understanding of the business along with a comprehensive categorization of the Newspaper Printing Machine market by type,Read More →

By PTI BENGALURU: Top Congress leader Siddaramaiah has called on the Center to exempt newspaper printing paper from the scope of Goods and Services Tax (GST), saying many regulatory policies have affected their operations and their finances. In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Siddaramaiah said: “I urge youRead More →

In a statement today, Tony Lord, chairman of Flint Group’s trade publishing web division, announced the potential closure of its newspaper ink plant in Old Heath Road, Wolverhampton, later this summer, with up to to 63 affected employees. Mr Lord said: “It is with deep regret that we make thisRead More →

The UCT Unilever report, ‘Connecting with Survivors’, says survivors (defined as people with household incomes of less than R6,000 per month) have over R300 billion in purchasing power, according to the national income dynamics survey. Survivors’ incomes have increased, and in 2015 spending on scholarships increased from R118 billion toRead More →

Global Newspaper Printing Machine Market is a research article published by MarketsandResearch.biz which provides the most up-to-date market patterns and projected industry growth from 2021 to 2027. The study performs in-depth factor analysis to gain critical insights into market drivers, opportunities, and restraints. The study depicts all the crucial notableRead More →

Six Extinction Rebellion protesters have been released with a slap on the wrist and a £150 fine after blocking a national newspaper print shop during a protest that cost publishers more than £1million. Activists stopped 3.5million newspapers from reaching readers when they used bamboo structures to prevent lorries from leavingRead More →

A serial Extinction Rebellion protester has been fined just £150 after being found guilty of blocking printing presses. Laura Frandsen, 30, from London, was one of six climate change protesters charged with obstructing the motorway outside the Newsprinters print shop in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire on September 4, 2020. Appearing at StRead More →

By Wayne Robinson | May 21, 2021 Almost a year after News Ltd closed its Kawana print center in Rockhampton, the plant is back in business, under new owners Today Group, again producing newspapers. Operational: Manugraph at Today Group The print center houses a six-tower, two-folder Manugraph and Muller MartiniRead More →

February 15, 2021Updated: Feb 16, 2021 7:34 a.m. The Houston Chronicle office in Houston Jon Shapley/staff photographer Power outages at the Houston Chronicle’s printing facility and dangerous driving conditions in the region prevented carriers from delivering the paper to many areas Monday and Tuesday. Subscribers received the following email notification:Read More →

The fallout in the newspaper publishing market continues, with newspapers facing a decline in display and classified ads, a decline in subscriptions to their print editions, and a generational reader preference for consuming newspapers. news online, usually free. The latest victims of newspaper printing are the the News & ObserverRead More →