UK book manufacturer Clays has ordered a new printing press which will have the capacity to produce roughly 50 million books a year.
Clays c.e.o. Paul Hulley is retiring from his role next year, to be replaced by Edoardo Cuomo.
Printing firms say the number of lengthy autumn books this year is adding to the challenge of dealing with those pushed back by the coronavirus pandemic.... Read more
UK printing firms say the impact of Covid-19 on their business has not been as large as first feared but they have warned of further challenges... Read more
Clays Printers has narrowed its gender pay gap, according to its most recent report.
A year after stepping down from her role as strategic director at printer Clays, Kate Macfarlan has been re-appointed, as a non-executive director of the board.... Read more
Suffolk-based book printers Clays has been bought by Italian printers Elcograf S.p.A for £23.8m.
Book printing company Clays Ltd has invested in its physical book-printing services, citing the decline of e-reader sales, the resurgence of public enthusiasm for print... Read more
St Ives, the parent company of book printer Clays, has warned of lower profits for the final quarter of 2016 and the next financial year... Read more
Laura Martin is the capacity planning manager at highly renowned Clays Printing. She talks about what it's like to work for a printer.... Read more