Lettershop operates from a purpose-built site in Leeds. Image: Google Maps

Restructure at Lettershop

Paragon has decided to focus on sustainable packaging at its Lettershop site, but a large number of jobs appear likely to go as a result.

The CWU's 18 strike days over the past year have damaged customer confidence, print bosses say

Industry reacts: A year of Royal Mail industrial action

Now a year on from the start of the CWU’s industrial action against Royal Mail, many printers have felt the cost of not being able to rely on an institution they have previously been able to take for...

Royal Mail: deal represents a good outcome for customers, employees and shareholders

Royal Mail agreement now needs postie approval

An end to printing industry angst over disruption to Royal Mail services is hopefully in sight after the CWU accepted a new agreement with the business.

Royal Mail's share price went up following the news

Hopes for agreement between CWU and Royal Mail

An end could be in sight to the long-running dispute at Royal Mail.

The provision of printed post, SMS, outbound email, and scanned mail is part of the tender

HMRC launches £140m comms tender

HMRC has gone live with a mega combined input and output communications tender worth up to £140m that is likely to result in a reduction of its print output but still encompasses print requirements.

Royal Mail: another week has passed in long dispute

Update awaited in Royal Mail dispute

An imminent update is expected from the CWU today as negotiations with Royal Mail over the long-running dispute continue to drag on.

Swanston: “We’re excited to educate and inspire the next generation of printers"

SMP launches new membership scheme for trade associations

The Strategic Mailing Partnership (SMP) has partnered with the BPIF, the IPIA, and the Data and Marketing Association (DMA) to launch a new membership scheme for trade association members.

Walker: "Our team has extensive experience delivering campaigns for the third sector"

Propack wins another major charity contract

Propack has won a two-year, “six-figure” contract with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO), a charity working to send volunteers into poor communities across the globe to help in areas such as inclusive...

Royal Mail's latest offer includes a profit share scheme

Royal Mail: talks end with no deal

Talks between Royal Mail management and the CWU have concluded without an agreement being reached – and predictably there’s also a disagreement about the lack of an agreement.

Royal Mail woes dominate March headlines

Warnings of further strikes, changes in parent group shareholdings, stamp price rises, a referral to Ofcom, and even questions hanging over the future of the business meant that Royal Mail dominated...