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Whistl Fulfilment expands a year after Prism acquisition

The fulfilment division of delivery management group Whistl has revealed plans to expand its Rushden depot and created a new senior management position.

Marstan unveils latest investment to VIPs

Marstan Press celebrated 60 years in business yesterday with an open day for customers and staff at which it unveiled its latest investment.

Print sets the beat at the heart of the marketing mix

For decades print was a medium of choice for marketers. Like TV and radio, it was a well proven method that delivered measurable ROI. Then the internet, email and SMS messaging came along and suddenly print’s dominance was threatened.

Royal Mail workers vote for strike as CWU announces second DSA boycott ballot

Postal workers at the Royal Mail have voted in favour of strike action by a ratio of 4:1 in the recent national ballot, the Communication Workers Union (CWU) has just announced.

UKIP Media and Events ups the ante on print

Fulfilment bureau Air Business has signed a contract worth over 10m with publishing and exhibition business UKIP Media and Events to focus on printed marketing material.

Royal Mail shares leap 36% as CWU blasts 'greedy' private investors

Royal Mail shares began conditional trading this morning at 450p, up more than 36% on their 330p offer price.

Communisis director Singh leaves in reshuffle

Communisis group business development director Gurdev Singh has left the company amid a reshuffle of its senior sales staff.

St Ives Direct Bradford sold to Cogent B2B

St Ives has announced the sale of its Bradford-based direct mail business, St Ives Direct Bradford, to Cogent B2B for 8m.

Confidence crisis is print's opportunity

In tough times, marketing budgets are typically the first to be squeezed. And this, as any printer working with marketers will tell you, has certainly held true over the past few years.

Printers owed in latest CSDM collapse

Fundraising agency CSDM Fundraising, which fell into administration on 28 June, owed around 400,000 to printers and direct marketing firms, according to the administrator's report.

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