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Printers enjoy sweet spot following cricket victory

Printers are bowled over by the demand they are enjoying from England’s victory at the Cricket World Cup.

Door drop spend remains stable despite GDPR

Door drops revenue in 2018 remained relatively steady, despite the introduction of GDPR and the continued political uncertainty that has affected the wider data and marketing industry, according to the DMA.

Adare SEC hits back in expat EU vote storm

Adare SEC has stood by its processes and the reputability of its international delivery network after seemingly being blamed for "thousands" of expats not being able to vote in the EU elections.

Link Mailing in liquidation

Coventry-based Link Mailing has been placed in voluntary liquidation following a meeting with company members and appointed liquidators.

Go Inspire restructures Kettering Solutions site

Go Inspire Group is restructuring its Solutions site in Kettering following a strategic review, and will stop offering polywrapping services there with the potential loss of 77 out of 100 jobs.

JICMail’s impact assessed one year on

In January 2018, a new ‘currency’ for measuring advertising mail engagement was launched, finally enabling the third-largest media channel in the UK according to ad spend to be considered by marketers on a like-for-like basis to television, radio, outdoor and press.

First 4 consolidates, shuts Preston site

First 4 has announced the closure of its Preston mailing site due to falling demand and “extremely difficult market conditions” in direct mail.

Border launches partially-addressed service to start year of innovation

Border Business Systems (BBS) has started the year by launching a new partially-addressed online mailing service and taking on new premises to expand storage space.

CMS races forward with Xerox-led investment drive

Central Mailing Services (CMS) has kicked off the new year with £200,000 of new kit in order to achieve “virtually limitless” mailing capabilities and capacity.

Royal Mail UKPIL revenue hit by letters decline

A sharp drop in volumes of addressed letters has seen revenue at Royal Mail’s UK parcels, international and letters (UKPIL) business decline in a nine-month trading update.

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