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The Guardian moves Weekend magazine printing to Walstead Bicester

The Guardian has moved the production of its Weekend magazine to Walstead Bicester.

Reach Printing Services wins Metro contract

Reach Printing Services has signed a contract to print a number of the Metro titles being published directly by DMG Media.

Spectator extends Wyndeham contract by two years

Wyndeham Group has extended its 19-year-old contract with The Spectator to print the political magazine up to 2020.

Polestar extends contract with Cross Country Trains

Cross Country Trains has renewed its timetable production contract with Polestar Applied Solutions.

Brands benefit from quality content and print’s power

When customer magazines (or contract publishing titles as they’re sometimes known) first appeared in the 1980s they were rather bland tomes. Editorial standards were poor to non-existent and these magazines so overtly championed the brand owner’s products and services that many customers just cast them straight into the bin.

Haymarket contract renewal seals 50-year partnership with Wyndeham

Wyndeham Group has renewed a printing contract with its longest standing client, Haymarket Media Group, until December 2017, taking the relationship between printer and publisher to 50 years.

Tesco unveils new-look Tesco Magazine

Tesco has replaced its bi-monthly Tesco Real Food and A5 format Tesco magazine with a new-look A4 title that will have one of the highest circulations in the UK.

William Gibbons to print relaunched The Scots Magazine

The 274-year-old The Scots Magazine is unveiling a new look later this month, increasing in size from A5 to B5.

Arctic Paper gets boost from HarperCollins' bumper Hobbit print run

Arctic Paper has shipped more than 400 tonnes of Arctic Silk 130gsm for the production of four different books from HarperCollins based on The Hobbit film trilogy.

Prinovis hit with 10m impairment as Bertelsmann rebrands print division

Prinovis posted a massive drop in profitability in its recently-filed accounts for the year to 31 December 2011 after a "change to a significant contract" led to a 10m impairment.

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