• Karm Research Group in the UK was specifically set up to bring to market, a new gravure printing cylinder technology. Since then KRG has gone from strength to strength and in addition to pioneering additional innovations in the gravure industry the group has also undertaken research projects and the development of specialist materials for use in the biomedical, construction and engineering sectors

Minister for Universities and Science visits Karm

10 June, 2014
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The Minister of State for Universities and Science has visited Karm Research Group at the new wing at Liverpool Science Park recently. The Rt Hon David Willetts MP met with Liverpool Science Park board member and Vice-Chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University, Professor Nigel Weatherill and toured the new four-storey, 40,000 sq ft building. The […]

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Karm short listed at Liverpool Business Awards

23 May, 2014
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The ECHO has revealed the shortlist for the Regional Business Awards 2014. This year’s record crop of entries made the judges’ job of drawing up the shortlist harder than ever according to the organisers and the winners of all categories will be announced at a black-tie dinner to be held at St George’s Hall on […]

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Karm secures further government backed R&D funding

01 May, 2014
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Following a successful acquisition of government backed Research & Development funding via the Technology Strategy Board, the UK’s innovation agency, Karm Research Group are pleased to announce that the Hybrid Cylinders project is now in its second phase and gearing up towards the expected 2014 launch. The Technology Strategy Board was established by the UK […]

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Liverpool Science Park fly-through animation of its £8m third building

01 May, 2014
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Liverpool Science Park fly-through animation of its £8m third building. Liverpool Science Park (LSP) is owned by Liverpool John Moores University, (LJMU), the University of Liverpool and Liverpool City Council and is currently home to over 75 companies, many of which, like Karm are commercial R&D enterprises. The third building delivered in early 2014 is […]

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Hybrid Cylinders

28 March, 2014
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Hybrid Cylinders, is a subsidiary of the Karm Research Group specifically set up to bring to market, a new patented gravure printing cylinder technology that harnesses many of the competitive advantages of flexographic printing, engineered specifically for the gravure industry.

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  • About KRG

    Karm Research Group is a research and development focused group of companies with active projects in the printing and packaging, electronics, healthcare and construction sectors.
  • Roto-Hybrid Process

    To participate in a technology trial please see www.rotohybrid.com for more details