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Exhibitions still have their place in the packaging industry, says expert

A packaging expert has claimed that exhibitions still have their place in the industry. Although it is claimed that some in the industry are finding it harder to attract “high-quality visitors”, David Harrison, group exhibitions manager at the Processing & Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA), suggested they can still be worthwhile if they are organised correctly…. Read more

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Transpromo to continue gaining traction

Transpromo will continue to be used for years to come, although it could be known by a different name, one expert has claimed. German publication ‘BIT’ spoke with Compart AG chairman and CEO Harald Gumser to determine how the ever-changing IT world would look in the coming years. One aspect Gumser noted was transpromo, claiming… Read more

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Prospective Royal Mail privatisation creates war of words

Those in the mailing industry have reacted with suspended scepticism with regard to the impending privatisation of the Royal Mail, reports. The government recently announced that it would be looking to privatise the Royal Mail in a bid to combat inefficiencies, despite being a somewhat unpopular motion across the entire political spectrum, claimed. Now, those in… Read more

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Royal Mail respond to privatisation concerns

Royal Mail has the potential to flourish under private ownership according to an article which suggests former Government-owned firms like Rolls Royce and BP have prospered under such ownership. A post titled ‘Privatisation of Royal Mail: the facts’ on suggests the organisation’s upcoming privatisation will allow the firm to combine the ‘best of the… Read more

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UK technology association calls for overhaul of cyber infrastructure at banks

The trade association for the UK technology industry has made a series of recommendations about the processes that underpin the financial system, agreeing that “patchy and outdated” infrastructure is creating huge problems for banks. Intellect spoke in response to conclusions from the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards, which acknowledged that technology infrastructure has grown to become “too complex to… Read more

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GPMA to give pirnt industry ‘one voice’

A new alliance has been created between seven print trade bodies in order to improve performance and present a unified ‘voice’, reports. Announced at the latest Fespa event, the Graphic, Print & Media Alliance (GPMA) aims to make the the industry more efficient through sharing information among founding members. The alliance comprises the British Association for Print… Read more

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People’s lives most impacted by recloseable packing, survey finds

Over the past 25 years, recloseable packaging has had the most significant impact on European residents’ lives, reports. That’s according to a survey undertaken by DuPont, which revealed that of all the packaging breakthroughs made in the past quarter of a century, recloseable packaging has proven most useful to the general public. Twenty-seven per… Read more

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