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The second Mimaki Live webinar - on Tuesday, 14 July 14 - will discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the textile industry and analyse emerging print opportunities during the crisis.

Ultima Displays has brought out The Kid’s Multi-Height Sanitising Unit within a range of cleaning stations designed to help schools and nurseries comply with Covid-19 regulations.

Drupa stalwart Heidelberg has pulled out next year’s event. The move by the press manufacturer comes on the back of other notable cancellations, such as Xerox and Bobst, and the scaling down of some stands from the likes of HP.

Tony Gill has been appointed regional service manager for Screen Europe’s customer support and service in the UK and Ireland, MEA, Spain, Portugal and France.

The Stationers’ Company has appointed its first master to have attended Stationers’ Company’s School, and its first clergyman - and former Bishop of Wakefield - the Right Reverend Dr Stephen Platten.

Hybrid Services has cut the price of the Mimaki JFX200-2513 flatbed LED UV printer for a limited time to entice those new to direct-to-substrate printing.

New analysis released by Xero has revealed that small business revenue between March and May dropped by 28%, and employment dropped by 6%. Late payments to UK small businesses increased by 7.8 days to 38.5 days late on average between February and May. The new findings underpin Xero’s ‘Roadmap to Recovery’ calling for extra government support to help SMEs rebuild.

Vivid Laminating Technologies has introduced Boss Bloc film which - using a formula based around silver ion technology - is said to eliminate 99% of bacteria.

The first event in the recently announced Sign and Digital UK (SDUK) online series will take place on 14 July. It will run 9.30 - 10.30am and provide a masterclass on adhesives and how to avoid sign failures.

New design features and tool enhancements have been added to the AXYZ Trident print finishing system to extend its automation, performance and configuration capabilities.

Building wrap and printed hoardings specialist Project Print Management (PPM) is responsible for this 4m x 87m trompe l’oeil covering at Westminster Abbey in London.

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