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MBA in 70m print deal with Vertex

MBA Group has signed an 11 year contract to manage UK transactional and direct mail print production for the 366m-turnover BPO giant Vertex.

Xerox GDO beats Williams Lea to combined Lloyds Banking Group contract

Xerox Global Document Outsourcing has won the print management contract for the whole of Lloyds Banking Group, following the merger of the HBOS and Lloyds TSB contracts.

Williams Lea wins 250m central government print contract

Williams Lea has been awarded the print management contract for all central Government print in a four-year deal worth up to 250m.

HH 'turns the corner' in 2010/11 results

HH Print Management has hailed last year as a turning point for the company after it surged back into profit on the back of contract wins and renewals with brands including Google, Intel, TJX, Siemens, Sara Lee, Nokia and RIM.

Williams Lea to acquire Tag Worldwide

Williams Lea, the global BPO giant, has agreed to acquire Tag Worldwide, the international design and production agency, for an undisclosed sum.

Communisis reveals value of HSBC contract loss

Communisis has revealed that its direct mail contract with HSBC, which is set to move following a recent competitive tender, was worth 7m a year.

TU Ink founder recognised by CWU

TU Ink print partner Alf Martin has become the first non-member or activist to receive a gold medal for long, loyal and meritorious service to the Communication Workers Union (CWU).

Ipex to quit NEC for London's Excel in 2014

Ipex owner Informa Exhibitions is moving the show to London's Excel exhibition centre, ending its 30-year association with the NEC.

InnerWorkings targets an end to global print inefficiencies

InnerWorkings has set its sights on establishing a worldwide creative and print management platform for global brands following the February acquisition of its main competitor in Latin America, CPRO.

Majority of Transactis Liverpool staff face redundancy

The jobs of Transactis' 254 Liverpool-based staff are at risk after Unite revealed that RR Donnelley's acquisition of the company's production businesses would lead to "wide-scale redundancies".

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