Global Graphics has bought Xitron, which has been developing Harlequin-based prepress solutions since 1991. The move will allow for greater synergies between the engineering teams of both companies as they look to offer more solutions for the inkjet market. Global Graphics paid $4.5m cash, and Xitron, which is based in the US, will continue to operate under its own name.

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