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Following its APAC Regional Forum in Bali this month the World Out of Home Organisation (WOO) has signed up another eight organisations, from Europe, Africa, Asia, the USA and Australasia. Four of the new members are international or national media owners, three are OOH service providers/suppliers and one is a national OOH association.

CMYUK has released an early preview of the JWEI JCUT automatic packaging feeder stacker, which is scheduled for release in Q2 2024.

Concord Flooring, in Corona, California, has become one of the first companies in the world to adopt EFI Cubik with Mineral Inks, a single-pass inkjet solution for printing on wood.

Bradford-based PSP, Dominion Print, has taken the prize in manufacturing category of the Yorkshire and Humberside Family Business Awards.

Eyal Friedman has become senior vice president and managing director of international sales at SAi, replacing Sarit Tichon who is retiring.

Ahead of the 2023 NFL Frankfurt Games, MacroArt has wrapped a boat, called ChampionShip, in the colours of the defending Super Bowl champions Kansas City Chiefs.

The business and manufacturing support policies announced in the Autumn Statement by the Chancellor have been welcomed by the IPIA, which believes they should collectively work to relieve a degree of economic pressure and stimulate investment for the print and paper industries. 

Drytac has appointed Mark de Lancey as a UK regional manager for the south west of England. He will also play a major role in supporting Premier Paper Group, Drytac’s new exclusive stockist partner in the UK and Ireland.

Wide-format print, graphics and branding specialist MacroArt has been acquired by US headquartered print, fabrication and technical design company Moss Inc. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed, but it’s been confirmed that MacroArt managing director Michael Green and the company’s senior leadership team will remain in their roles, reporting to Moss president and CEO Jason Popp.

The Queen B's Calendar Girls project, supported by Premier, has raised over £31,000 for the Primrose Hospice and Family Support Centre. Premier provided Essential Silk for the 2000 calendars produced and covered all of the production costs. Now the project aims to raise another £1,000 by Christmas by selling the last 100 calendars.

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