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Get yourself to the front of the print queue

In general over the past few years there has been a distinct over-capacity in the printing industry. This has resulted in prices being squeezed. Print companies have been able to offer very flexible schedules to accommodate late files, and also the ability to take on work at little or no notice. Last year though, from […]

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Hot off the press!

It’s not very often these days that you can offer something free of charge. Many companies now incorporate social media as part of their marketing campaigns, therefore upon your request, we will arrange to take a picture of your title – hot off the press!!  We will then send this to you for you to […]

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Magazine Printing News – Crain Communications

Just wanted to say a big thank you for the excellent job you have done on our first PNE issue.  The issues have arrived in the office about 20 minutes ago and the office has gone very quiet with everybody looking it over.  The issue has been really well received.  Could you also say a […]

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Can quality control at your print company prevent hickeys?

Have you ever received your magazine, brochure or catalogue and been faced with images displaying small defects? If so these may well be hickeys. Hickeys within print are defects caused by a particle of paper, paper dust or other source of debris attaching itself to the plate or blanket. If these particles repel ink, the hickeys […]

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Warner’s first in house printed and PUR bound job completed today

Today we are very pleased to announce that our very first in house PUR bound job has left the factory. With our new Muller Martini Alegro binder we now can provide our customers with the option to PUR bind their product as well as the traditional perfect or saddle stich bind. This new addition greatly […]

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Are offset papers the right choice for your magazine or brochure?

Once used widely for the printing of books, carrier sheets and stationary etc. offset papers have, in recent times, become more and more popular for magazines, brochures and catalogues. ·        They are generally wood-free (i.e. the wood pulp has been bleached to remove the yellow lignin) so are very white ·        They are generally uncoated […]

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What happens if your print supplier ceases trading?

It’s a known fact that the print industry has faced tough times. These are far from over. Even with an improving economy, old and poorly maintained machines, and lack of investment can catch a company out quickly. Recent news of another major closure in the print industry has once again caused panic and uncertainty. Should […]

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Warners investment update – All systems go

After the recent installation and final testing of our new Muller Martini Allegro perfect/PUR binder, live production has started today with the first job being perfect bound this afternoon. The new machine adds firepower to our existing bindery, but also for the first time allows us to PUR bind work in house. If you’ve never […]

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Brochure printing news – Asset International

Thanks Nick – we’ve just received a box in the office and I’m pleased to say it’s a really great finish. Thank you to everyone there for a good first job with us.  We will definitely use you guys again. Joe McGrath | Asset International

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Heard of “Cutstar” but don’t know what it means?

Cutstar is actually the machinery name rather than the process it is associated with. There are other machines that do the same, or similar, Mabeg being one of them So what does it do? It is a machine that enables web reels to be sliced into sheets in front of the feeder of a sheet […]

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