The Financial Times extends print contract with Wyndeham
Press release from the issuing company
LONDON - Wyndeham Group has renewed and extended its printing contract with the Financial Times for a further three years until May 2016. This new arrangement includes additional titles moving to Wyndeham from Polestar.
The portfolio, which includes the weekly Financial Adviser and monthly Money Management, will move to Wyndeham in August and will join the existing titles How to Spend It and Investors Chronicle together with other work which are currently printed at Wyndeham’s Peterborough and Heron web offset sites.
Denise Macklin, Head of Operational Procurement at the Financial Times, commented: “We are pleased to have consolidated our magazine printing portfolio with Wyndeham Group and look forward to continuing our successful partnership in the future.”
Paul Utting, Chief Executive Officer at Wyndeham Group, added: “We are delighted to have agreed this new and bigger deal with the Financial Times. This is a highly prized and sought-after contract and our success demonstrates our customer’s belief that Wyndeham Group’s strategy is the appropriate one for the market we serve and that we are well placed for the long term.”
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