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IPC Media expands its contract with Polestar

Friday, June 04, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

IPC Media has extended its contract with Polestar for the production of a number of titles across its three publishing divisions, IPC Inspire, IPC Connect and IPC Southbank.

- The new titles are Decanter, Loaded, Practical Boat Owner, Superbike, The Field and Uncut from the IPC Inspire portfolio, which will be produced at Polestar’s web offset plants from July 2010.

- Existing contracts have been extended for two years for the following ten Inspire titles: weeklies, Country Life and Angler’s Mail, and monthlies, Cycle Sport, Golf Monthly, Horse, Mountain Bike Rider, Sporting Gun, VolksWorld, VW Camper & Bus and World Soccer, as well as IPC Southbank monthly Essentials.

- Polestar already holds printing and binding contracts for a further 11 titles published by IPC Inspire and IPC Connect. These are: Nuts, Chat, Woman, Woman's Own, Woman's Weekly, Now, Pick Me Up, What's on TV, TV Times, TV Easy & Soaplife.

Jasper Scott, Manufacturing Director of IPC Media, says: "The expansion and extension of this contract clearly demonstrates IPC Media’s continued confidence in and commitment to Polestar as a key print supplier. Polestar’s sustained high levels of service and quality are such that this is the right decision for these famous brands."

James Povey, Marketing Director of Polestar UK Print, adds: "Polestar is proud to extend its relationship with IPC Media, which we will continue to work hard to maintain at all levels throughout the Group. The team is delighted that IPC Media has recognised this commitment and entrusted us with six additional magazine titles to what was already a substantial portfolio of leading brands."




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