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New Company Structure at Swanline

Friday, April 29, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Swanline Print has announced a corporate re-structure to facilitate the ongoing development and success of the exclusive trade-only print services supplier. Former Swanline Print MD Nick Kirby has taken on the role of Chief Executive Officer of the newly-formed Swanline Print Group, whilst Board Director Richard Towers has replaced Nick as Managing Director of Swanline Print Ltd.

Swanline Print Group has been founded as an umbrella for Swanline Print Ltd and its recently launched sister company Swanline Paper and Board. The move is a consequence of the continuing evolution and expansion of all of Swanline’s operations, underpinned by an unshakeable commitment to investment and development in both technical resources and highly skilled staff.

Nick Kirby explained: “These changes will not impact significantly on the running of Swanline; they are intended primarily to maximise developments over the last couple of years and to clarify the structure of the business for the workforce, customers, partners and suppliers. We expect the process will be seamless but at the same time help to re-establish the direction in which we will be steering the business over the coming years, embracing change and evolving in order to achieve our full potential.”

As a specialist 100% trade-only services provider to the corrugated packaging and point-of-sale markets, Swanline Print offers an unrivalled portfolio of print, conversion and finishing services available under one roof.

The company invests in specialist machinery so its customers don’t have to.  And it has a team of experts – including an award-winning constructional design team – on hand to advise every step of the way.  The design team enhances the quality and turnaround time of any POS or packaging project, from functional counter displays and shelf ready packaging to elaborate novelty packs and floor standing display units.

 

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