EOPA 2020 open for entries

It’s that time again when OPI begins accepting entries for the prestigious European Office Products Awards (EOPA). Open to any…

Messe Frankfurt launches online platforms

First announced in February, Paperworld organiser Messe Frankfurt has now launched its B2B digital platform. The pilot version of the…

5G gears up

A new report by telecommunications firm Ericsson takes an in-depth look at 5G and its potential over the next few…

GSA seeks industry feedback on MAS

The US General Services Administration (GSA) has issued a request for information (RFI) from industry on the upcoming consolidated Multiple…

Canon loses ITC review

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) has terminated its review into Canon’s ongoing lawsuit against aftermarket manufacturers and toner dealers…

Innovation Excellence winners to be revealed

Winners of the 2019 Stationers’ Company Innovation Excellence Awards will be announced at an awards luncheon at Stationers’ Hall in…

ITC to review Canon case

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) has said it will review a decision by the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) in…

Bill Hudson honoured by NIB

National Industries for the Blind (NIB) has bestowed former CEO of LC Industries (LCI) Bill Hudson with its highest honour,…

GSA e-commerce report delayed

A Congressional report on Phase 2 of the use of commercial e-commerce platforms for US Federal purchasing has been pushed…

Office Depot agrees FTC settlement

Office Depot and its software supplier Support.com have agreed to pay $35 million to settle Federal Trade Commission (FTC) allegations…

Continued growth for Australia’s non-core market

The Australian non-core office products market is growing at a rate of 4% a year, according to the latest report…

Blockchain could revolutionise print

A report from industry analysts Quocirca suggests that adopting blockchain technology could open up possibilities for the print industries. According…

HP/Autonomy trial underway in London

HP’s trial against former Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch is underway in London’s High Court. HP has accused Lynch of knowingly…

Jean-Marie Bruneau passes away

OPI is saddened to report the passing of Jean-Marie Bruneau, founder of France-based B2B office supplies reseller Bruneau, on 20…

Walmart loses CTO | Clorox sues RB | Acquisition for Performance Food Group

Walmart CTO Jeremy King is leaving the company to pursue other interests. In the meantime, Fiona Tan, SVP of Customer…

Officeworks to open its largest ever store

Australian business supplies reseller Officeworks is set to open what it says is the largest office products store in the…

Office Outlet enters administration

Following yesterday's story on Office Outlet that suggested the former UK retail operations of Staples might be heading into administration,…

Concerns for Office Outlet

Office Outlet, the former UK retail operations of Staples, could be heading into administration, according to press reports. According to…

New name for Plantronics

A year after acquiring video conferencing firm Polycom, communications vendor Plantronics is to rebrand as Poly. According to a company…

Paperchase set to close stores

UK stationery retailer Paperchase could close up to 28 of its stores as it looks to renegotiate leases with its…

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SPR announces new HQ and DC plans

North American wholesaler S.P. Richards (SPR) is set to move to new headquarters in the coming weeks following last month’s…