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Durst and press manufacturer Koenig and Bauer have appointed Robert Stabler as managing director of their new joint venture - Koenig and Bauer Durst - effective 1 August 2019.

Spoonflower, the US online business that has built its bedding and table home décor business around Durst’s pigment technology on the Alpha platforms, has bought two more Durst Alpha 330 Series 5 with pigment - one for North Carolina, USA, and the other for Berlin, Germany.

NatWest has launched a working capital product that connects with accounting software to provide businesses with a dynamic credit limit of between £25,000 and £300,000. The NatWest Rapid Cash is an alternative to a traditional business overdraft, with a credit limit that is based on customers’ unpaid invoices.

Glasgow-based J Thomson Colour Printers has merged with Bell and Bain to create a £30m annual turnover business following the sale by Nick Thomson - chairman of J Thomson Colour Printers - of his 100 per cent equity holding in the business to Bell and Bain for an undisclosed sum. A statement said all jobs at the 300-strong merged group would be protected.

On 18 July a Better Business Bootcamp will take place at the Roland Creative Centre, at which PSPs will be able to put UV printing to the test with their own choice of object or material.

Smurfit Kappa has become a sponsor of Wigan Athletic Football Club. The new deal will see the company’s branding appearing on the back of the 2019-20 season home and away kits.

Printing solutions specialist United Carlton has amalgamated with business equipment supplier DMC Canotec to extend UK coverage, leverage buying power and stimulate more organic growth.

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